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World Dairy Expo Provides Continuing Education Credits

July 12, 2010
 
 
Source: World Dairy Expo
 
Dairy producers and industry representatives from around the globe will gather in Madison, Wis., when World Dairy Expo takes place Sept. 28 – Oct. 1.
 
World Dairy Expo strives to be a leader in education and new technology. This year, continuing education credits for dairy professionals, nutritionists, veterinarians and veterinary technicians can be earned by attending the World Dairy Expo Seminars. Members of American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS) and the American Association of State Veterinary Boards – RACE Program (RACE) can earn one credit for each seminar they attend.
 
“Veterinarians and dairy professionals will see the latest technology displayed at World Dairy Expo’s trade show and the finest in dairy genetics on parade at the dairy cattle shows held during the week. Now, in addition, they can earn continuing education credits. This is a great added feature for a trip they are already making,” says Liz Matzke, seminar coordinator.
 
There will be eight seminars held during the week, Tuesday through Saturday, in Mendota 2 meeting room located in the Exhibition Hall. Participants will learn more about: methane digesters, genomic testing, calf diets, new management technologies, feed costs, the global dairy outlook, reproductive tools and mycotoxins. Additionally, all seminars will be available for viewing after World Dairy Expo at www.worlddairyexpo.com.
 
ABS Global, Advanced Comfort Technology, Alltech, APC, Inc., Badgerland Financial, BASF Plant Science, Jamesway Farm Equipment and Micro Dairy Logic are sponsors of this year's seminars.
 

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