Nebraska Extension Horsemen's Inservice Jan. 27

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Dec. 19, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. — A University of Nebraska-Lincoln horsemen's inservice will provide training and education on a variety of equine topics.

The inservice is scheduled at the Animal Science Complex on UNL's East Campus Jan. 27, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Directed to all Nebraska Extension staff and horse owners, the inservice will include the following presentations: Biosecurity for Horse Events; Horse Pastures – All you need to know; Nontraditional Feeds for Horses; Horse Health Update; New Resources for Horse Owners – New Body Condition Score App; and Bits and Attire – What's legal and what's not in Nebraska 4-H.

Presenters will include: Mikki Nienhueser, animal emergency coordinator, Nebraska Department of Agriculture; Krishona Martinson, extension horse specialist, University of Minnesota; Lena Cottle, UNL equine extension specialist; Dr. Mike Black, equine veterinarian, Omaha; and Kathy Anderson, UNL Extension horse specialist. If you cannot make it to Lincoln, these extension offices will be hosting the day by distance: Cherry, Buffalo, Dawes, and Hall County. Registration information can be found at, or contact Kathy Anderson at, 402-472-6411.

Preregistration is $30 per person by Jan. 20; $40 at the door. Price includes lunch and packet of materials.

Kathy Anderson, Ph.D.
Animal Science

Dan Moser
IANR News Service

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