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Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Training at Town Line Livestock in Perrysburg, NY




Event Details

Date

October 15, 2022

Time

9am - 2pm

Location

Perrysburg Volunteer Fire Co / Town Line Livestock
Perrysburg, NY

Cost

Program Registration : Free

This Program is free to all participants

Program Registration with Lunch and Refreshments : $15.00

(addl attendee $15.00 ea.)

Lunch and refreshments are optional - you are welcome to bring your own

Host

Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program

Amy Barkley
716-640-0844



Beef Quality Assurance Training

Saturday, October 15th

Level I training: 9am - 11am - Level II training: 9am - 2pm

Perrysburg Volunteer Fire Co / Town Line Livestock, Perrysburg, NY

This training is for:

 New cattle producers

 Seasoned cattle producers

 Cattle producers looking to become BQA certified

 Cattle producers looking to renew their BQA certification

 

You will learn:

 History and benefits of BQA training

 Stress reduction and management through low impact handling

 Herd health management and biosecurity

 Identification and recordkeeping

 Transportation considerations

 Introduction to VCPRs, veterinary drugs, and veterinary equipment

 Chute-side manner and how to properly give injections

 

This training will be for level I and level II BQA certification. If you are taking the training to recertify, you will only need to take the classroom training. If you want to become level II certified, you'll need to be present for both the classroom and chute-side training.

 

Cost to participate: Training is free

Lunch and refreshments are either "pack your own" or provided by the program for $15/person.

Please register by Wednesday, October 12th by contacting Amy Barkley at (716) 640-0844 or amb544@cornell.edu

 

 

 





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