The NJAES Board of Managers, in cooperation with Rutgers Cooperative Extension, is sponsoring the NJ Livestock Summit on March 21, 2019 at the Eco Complex in Bordentown from 6-9pm. Registration is FREE and can be completed online here. This event will be a great learning opportunity for anyone interested in livestock – large/small ruminants, swine and fowl.
The flyer is available online here.
|Date:||Thursday, March 21, 2019|
|Location:||Rutgers Eco-complex, 1200 Florence-Columbus Road
|Speaker:||Sebastian Reist, DVM, a principal veterinarian with NJDA, is set to speak on the top three concerns related to animal health for each of these groups (large/small ruminants, swine and fowl). Other sessions will focus on animal processing, pasture management, and small farm advocacy. The evening will conclude with a Listening Session focused on the issues identified by the attendees.|
|Description:||Local experts will present on current and emerging topics around Animal Health and Processing related to Small Ruminants, Swine and Fowl. This educational event is tailored for small producers and backyard hobbyists. Learn about health issues and concerns, ask experts your questions, and meet other small producers. To register go to http://go.rutgers.edu/5usuvz68 or call 908-475-6505.|
|Sponsor:||Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) Board of Managers – Livestock Committee|