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2009 Equine Field Day
June 27, 2009
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Event Focus: Participants will learn about equine research being conducted at UK and the practical applications of this research for horse owners, farm owners, farm managers and veterinarians.

Location: UK's Maine Chance Equine Campus, Newtown Pike north of I-75, Lexington

Highlights: Hands-on workshops and booths showcasing event partners, UK Equine Initiative groups

Hands-on workshops include:

  • Managing problem weeds on horse farms, Dr. Bill Witt
  • Degenerative joint disease, Dr. Jamie MacLeod
  • Evaluating your feeding program, Dr. Laurie Lawrence
  • Vaccination and infectious disease control, Dr. David Horohov
  • Is your deworming program working?, Dr. Mary Rossano
  • Rotation Grazing systems for horses, Dr. Bob Coleman
  • Reproductive problems in mares and handling stallion semen, Drs. Ed Squires and Mats Troedsson
  • Mud, horses and clean water, Dr. Steve Higgins
  • Economic considerations: Does your farm need a "bale out?", Kenny Burdine

Contact information:

Equine Initiative
University of Kentucky
College of Agriculture
N212 Ag. Sciences Bldg. North
Lexington, Ky 40546-0091



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