2019 Western Canadian Dairy Seminar - Knowledge is Power - Red Deer

March 2019
   
Join us at the 37th annual WCDS. A place to gather the latest information in dairy production and technology advances.
March 5, 2019 10:00 AM - March 8, 2019 12:00 PM
Location:
Sheraton Hotel, 3310 - 50th Avenue
Red Deer, Alberta
Organizer:
Western Canadian Dairy Seminar / Kate Davies
Phone:
780-492-3236

2019 Western Canadian Dairy Seminar - Knowledge is Power - Red Deer

The seminar is a place to gather the latest information in dairy production and technology advances. This seminar is designed for people who want to improve their knowledge and decision-making abilities in dairy production and management.

Dairy producers, technology transfer specialists, researchers and dairy service and supply representatives will find this seminar extremely valuable. Each year a wide variety of topics are presented ranging from nutrition and reproduction to dairy policy and challenges facing the dairy industry, as well as workshop(s) and a tour of three progressive dairy operations.

In addition to the formal program, there is ample opportunity to network and for one-on-one discussions between the speakers and participants and to meet our sponsors at the 75 booth trade show.

Registration Fee: $295 (including GST) on or before February 5, 2019. $345 (including GST) after February 5, 2019. The registration fee includes a USB copy of the proceedings, three breakfasts, two luncheons, five nutrition breaks, and two evening receptions. Part registrations (i.e., one-day or two-day) are available.

View the program: https://wcds.ualberta.ca/program/
See the speakers: https://wcds.ualberta.ca/program/speakers/
Register online: https://wcds.ualberta.ca/registration/

How to get there: https://wcds.ualberta.ca/registration/location/

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