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Dairy Cattle Handling and Safety Program for Farm Workers




Event Details

Date

July 25, 2022

Time

11:00am - 1:00pm

Location

Hidden View Farm
350 Dubois Rd
Champlain , NY 12919

Cost

Free Registration : Free

Host

North Country Regional Ag Team

Casey Havekes
315-955-2059



Facilitators:

Christina Day, Agriculture Safety Educator, New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health

Lindsay Ferlito, Dairy Specialist, CCE North Country Regional Ag Team 

Casey Havekes, Dairy Specialist, CCE North Country Regional Ag Team

 




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