Dealing with Dystocia: Kidding and Lambing Emergencies




Event Details

Date

December 14, 2021

Time

7:30pm

Location

Zoom

Host

Cornell Cooperative Extension Delaware County

Rich Toebe
607-865-7090



Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County is hosting an evening presentation on Dealing with Dystocia:  Kidding and Lambing Emergencies & Newborn Care.  The presenter will be Dr. Emily Dutton of Dutton Veterinary Services located in Walton, NY.

The date is Tuesday, December 14.  The webinar will start at 7:30pm.  The format will be zoom meeting and there is no cost to attend.

Dr. Dutton will cover:

  1. What to look out for in the birthing process
  2. How to set your lambs and kids up for success
  3. When should you call the vet


To register and to receive the zoom link, please email me at rrt43@cornell.edu 

Rich Toebe
Watershed Livestock Educator, PAS
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Delaware County
Watershed Agricultural Program




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