Registrations are now open for ALFA’s Animal Health & Welfare workshop which will be delivered online over three sessions this November/December.
The workshop aims to instil and improve animal husbandry practices directly related to animal health and welfare in Australian feedlots. This workshop will benefit all feedlot staff, particularly staff members who are handling cattle on a day-to-day basis. As well as those outside industry, including those in the supply chain, especially feeder cattle suppliers who will gain an insight as to why feedlots pay premiums for well-prepared cattle and how to achieve these premiums.
Based on the positive feedback from our last online workshop we have again scheduled the sessions to be ideal for feedlots to host a team ‘Lunch & Learn’ type training session; they are scheduled for Wednesday lunchtime.
Dr. David Frith of Quirindi Feedlot Services; and
Dr. Kev Sullivan of Bell Vet Services
Internal Animal Welfare Audits
Transport of Livestock - Fit to Load
Managing Cattle into the Feedlot - Background/Induction/Managing New Cattle
Heat Load Management - Enacting your Action Plan in a Heat Load Event
Post-Mortems - Correct Procedures and Sampling
Feedlot Hospital Systems: Structure and Protocols
WORKSHOP SESSION DATES & TIMES
The workshop topics will be delivered over three live-streamed 2-hour webinar sessions at 1pm on the following dates:
Wednesday, 18 November 2020
Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Wednesday, 2 December 2020
If you are unavailable for a live session, a recording will be provided to catch up.
ALFA MEMBER - $110 (inc gst) per person
NON-MEMBER - $165 (inc gst) per person
For groups of 3 or more, the registration fee is capped. The registration fee includes access to all three sessions, all pre-webinar materials, post-webinar copies of the presentations and a certificate upon completion.
Registrations will close 8 November 2020. Member discounts available.