Milk seminar for info this spring

The Western Canadian Dairy Seminar will return to Red Deer this spring, with a wealth of information about production and technological advances.

The Western Canadian Dairy Seminar will return to Red Deer this spring, with a wealth of information about production and technological advances.

Scheduled for March 9 to 12, this year’s event will feature speakers from Canadian, American and European universities, as well as other industry experts. Topics will range from genomics to greenhouse gases to livestock health.

In addition to producers, the Western Canadian Dairy Seminar attracts industry specialists, researchers, and service and supply representatives.

The cost to attend is $235 for registrations dated before Feb. 8 and $285 thereafter. Alternatively, a hard copy of the seminar’s proceedings can be obtained for $25, with the price for the CD version $15.

For more information or to register, go online to www.wcds.afns.ualberta.ca. Information can also be obtained by calling 780-492-3236 or emailing wcds@ualberta.ca.

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