Tuesday 11th August 8-9pm
Being presented by Joseph Henry
Farmers get paid for producing kilograms of beef. Weaning is a big shock to most animals and this is often compounded by simultaneous housing leading to stress which reduces growth rates and may precipitate disease. This webinar will outline some ways to help increase the kilograms of beef produced.
This is a FREE webinar for BCVA members and will be broadcast on TUESDAY 11th August from 8-9pm and will be presented by Joseph Henry
Since graduating from Glasgow in 1998, Joe has worked in Northumberland and in New Zealand, primarily with suckler and sheep clients focusing on preventative medicine, production KPIs and grazing management. In 2018 he undertook a study tour to large cow-calf operations in the western USA.
Joe also runs a farm with his wife Rachel, including a Luing-based herd of about 100 head. He also provides the veterinary input to the East Northumberland Farmer’s Club benchmarking group which started 2003
Register for this Webinar now at: https://www.thewebinarvet.com/pages/bcva-register-free-watch-management-weaning-spring-born-suckled-calf/
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
PC-Based attendees - Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Mac®-based attendees - Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
Mobile attendees - iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet
We look forward to 'seeing' you there! The Webinar counts as 1 hour of CPD and a CPD certificate will be available to download after attending the webinar.
Places are allocated on a first come first served basis. After clicking on the link within this invitation, you will be invited to register for the webinar and will be given a unique log-in to access the live webinar at the time. You should enter your BCVA membership number where indicated. By enrolling for the free webinar, you are giving permission for BCVA office staff to later verify your membership status. Some individuals may be contacted directly by BCVA office in order to do so. The webinar is also available to purchase by non-members for £40.