Dairy seminar registration deadline quickly nearing

The deadline for early registrations for the 2014 Western Canadian Dairy Seminar is fast approaching. Attendees who book their spot for the March 11 to 14 conference in Red Deer by Feb. 10 will pay $250, as compared with $300 thereafter.

The deadline for early registrations for the 2014 Western Canadian Dairy Seminar is fast approaching.

Attendees who book their spot for the March 11 to 14 conference in Red Deer by Feb. 10 will pay $250, as compared with $300 thereafter. Discounted fees are also available for students and single-day registrants.

This year’s seminar is called Strategies to Optimize Performance, with presentations to cover production methods, consumer perceptions, health and nutrition, and economic sustainability, among other topic. Speakers will include academics from Canada, the United States and Europe; veterinarians; and industry and government experts. A pre-conference tour is scheduled for March 11.

For more information or to register, go to www.wcds.ca.

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