From the organizers:
One Health Symposium is designed to educate stakeholders on the basic principles of animal & environmental health, as well as forage and grazing management. It offers an integrative approach to attaining optimal health & environmental conditions. Participants can expect to learn
The latest developments and recommendations regarding biosecurity & internal parasite management.
Is creep feeding economical?
How to minimize the spread, occurrence & presence of zoonotic diseases, including internal parasites.
How to produce quality forages and select different types of cool season grasses and legumes for forage production.
Pasture & grazing management options that increase grazing efficiency and rangeland sustainability.
How to incorporate multi-species grazing in forage management.
To manage maternal genetics for successful hair sheep production under pasture-based production systems.
To build a profitable and sustainable commercial meat goat herd through proper breed selection and utilization.
To properly dispose of expired and unwanted veterinary medicines commonly used in sheep & goat production.
Fetal loss and diagnosis.
Best management practices for soil & water quality and natural resource conservation.
Registration fee is $30.00 for all Symposium activities, including a cocktail reception on Friday, August 24 and lunch on Saturday, August 25.
All participants must pre-register here by Wednesday, August 1.
Check or money order accepted.
Payable to: AAMU Foundation c/o Urban Extension
Memo line: One Health Symposium
Mail Registration Fee to:
Dr. Maria Leite-Browning
Alabama Cooperative Extension System Alabama A&M University
P.O. Box 967
Normal, AL 35762
This event is not hosted by ASAN. As one of ASAN’s roles is to share information and resources across our network so as to maximize all of our impact, we routinely post events that we ourselves are not hosting. If you have questions regarding this event, please contact event organizers rather than ASAN.