Learn basics of milk quality and stray voltage


MEADVILLE, Pa. – Veterinarians, nutritionists, consultants and others wanting to learn more about the basics of milk quality and stray voltage should make plans to attend either of two workshops in May.

The workshops are set for May 6-7 in Grove City and May 20-21 in Watsontown, Pa.

Topics. Participants will learn to better identify and resolve problems associated with facilities and milk quality and stray voltage as they relate to ag engineering.

Other topics include risk assessment for mastitis; cow handling; stall usage issues; scoring teat ends; and proper milking procedures.

The workshop includes classroom lecture, discussion and on-farm demonstrations and troubleshooting.

Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians.

More information. The Grove City session will be held at Steese’s Restaurant, 433 Blacktown Road.

The Watsontown session will be held at the Watson Inn, 100 Main Street.

Registration prior to April 22 is $210. Registration is limited to 25 people per site.

For more information, call 814-333-7460, e-mail thw3@psu.edu or visit http://agengworkshop.cas.psu.edu.


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