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Feb 022011
 

It’s no secret—we at The Animal Science Monitor believe in the benefits of attending industry events like conferences and conventions.  Not only are their tremendous training opportunities available at these events, but there are also chances for you to network with other professionals in your chosen field.  That’s why we promote upcoming events in animal science and animal nutrition and why we’ll continue to do so.  With that being said, we’re pleased to promote these upcoming industry events:

Great Lakes Regional Dairy Conference—The Great Lakes Regional Dairy Conference is dedicated to helping dairy producers learn new ways of increasing their profitability by doing more with less. Leading experts will make presentations on topics ranging from dairy nutrition and reproduction to labor management and environmental stewardship.  In addition to the quality line up of educational speakers, spouses will not want to miss the popular Partners Program, which promises a variety of entertaining and educational sessions. The location of this year’s event is the Bavarian Inn Lodge and Conference Center in Frankenmuth, Minn., and the dates are Thursday, February 10, through Sunday, February 12 Click here for more information.

35th Annual National Wild Turkey Federation Convention and Sport Show—This event is an annual conference that draws up to 50,000 people At this event, there will be more than 600 booths loaded with hunting gear from all your favorite brands; the biggest stars from outdoor television, including Michael Waddell and Brenda Valentine, the NWTF’s national spokespersons!; The best turkey callers in the world competing in the Grand National Turkey Calling Championships; and Music from legendary entertainer Trace Adkins, The Band Perry and more!  The location of this year’s event is the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn., and the dates are Wednesday, February 16, through Sunday, February 20Click here for more information.

If there’s an industry event that you believe we should promote through our newsletter, please email your information to matt@animalsciencemonitor.com.

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