Dairy producers, managers, herdsmen, veterinarians, and consultants are invited to attend the first module of the Southeast Dairy Stewardship Program (SDSP). It will be held in Okeechobee, FL, on April 25 and in Valdosta, GA on April 26. The SDSP will provide up to date training for dairy producers, managers, herdsmen, veterinarians, and consultants in areas relevant to animal welfare and environmental stewardship. The SDSP will also provide an open forum for Southeast dairymen to share their experiences and debate about new strategies pertinent to animal welfare, health, and performance and to resources’ management. The SDSP is an initiative of the University of Florida in collaboration with the Southeast Milk Inc. and with support from the National Milk Producers Federation. The Southeast Dairy Stewardship Program is a 24 hour training program divided into 6 modules that will be delivered in a period of 20 months, with meetings held every 4 months. The SDSP modules will be offered in Okeechobee, FL and Valdosta, GA.
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