Trainings at Kansas State will focus on cattle health, well-being

05/30/2011 | Newton Kansan (Kan.), The

Kansas State University's Beef Cattle Institute beginning next month will host a series of free training sessions for veterinarians and livestock producers on animal husbandry, humane euthanasia and downed animal care, among other topics. This article also discusses the Beef Cattle Institute-managed Animal Care Training program, which was devised using input from AVMA and other groups.

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