May 22, 9am–4pmWhere
University of Findlay 14700 US Route 68, Findlay, OH 45840-9209
The purpose of the Animal Agriculture 203 course is to provide a basic understanding of farm animal behavior and handling in order to be better prepared to respond in the face of an incident involving livestock. Two courses are being offered, Horse and Cattle and Sheep.
• Law enforcement officers • Humane officers/agents • Dog wardens • Animal control officers • Firefighters • Regional Animal Response Teams • Ohio Veterinary Emergency Responders • County Emergency Management directors • Wildlife officers • Dog wardens • Other first responders who may need to handle farm animals
You’ll hear from experts in the fields of animal science, veterinary medicine and emergency management. Participants should be dressed appropriately for the weather and are required to have closed toe shoes; boots preferred.
Cost: $25/person (includes lunch).
Click here to register online using a credit card.
Please use the brochure for mail-in registration.
For more information about the speakers or topics, contact Dr. Leah Dorman, [email protected] or 614-246-8247. For questions about the event, contact Wanda Campbell, [email protected] or 614-246-8271.
Registration closes Wednesday, May 8, 2013.