(Thursday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
During the year we will offer good practical teaching session regarding how to safely treat lame cows. If you are interested in attending but can’t make the date
During the year we will offer good practical teaching session regarding how to safely treat lame cows. If you are interested in attending but can’t make the date of the workshop advertised – register your interest below for the next one.
Group sizes will be small to ensure all who attend receive hands-on experience. This session will be held on a local farm, with lots of practical tips, and hands-on information. You can be confident if your staff come along to this training day, they will be prepared for the prevention and treatment of lame cows!
Presenter: Veterinarian Hanneke Officer is a qualified Healthy Hoof advisor. Hanneke’s knowledge and approach to lameness ensures her clients have fewer lame cows, better hoof condition and excellent systems to manage lameness occurrences.
This workshop will provide staff training to ensure you have the necessary knowledge and skills for identifying lame cows, understanding the common causes of lameness and treatment of lameness.
To register your interest please fill out the form below.
Feedback from March 2021 workshop
“Was good to learn about prevention rather than just treatment, the practical side helped a lot.”
“Extremely helpful to be able to work on hooves fro the works to gain confidence on how far to dig, and to cut into areas that we wouldn’t normally see. Enjoyed the small groups and being able to ask lots of questions.”
“It was very helpful doing the paper work and practical at the same time and place”