April 21, 2012
Genetics, pastures, sheep, health, soils, reproduction, grazing and cereals … all this and more will feature at the upcoming Making More from Sheep forum.
Sheep producers are invited to attend the forum, to be held on May 1 at Melbourne University’s Dookie Campus, covering the key aspects of managing an efficient highly profitable sheep enterprise.
Bestwool/Bestlamb Project Leader, Lyndon Kubeil, said technical experts from across Australia would contribute to the forum.
“The Making More from Sheep forum will feature a range of key note speakers, interactive presentations and the capacity to choose sessions most relevant to your business,” he said.
“There will also be time to browse through trade displays and network with speakers and participants.”
The cost to attend the Making More from Sheep forum, which includes all course materials and catering, is just $30 per person – with a low fee of $20 for each additional person from the same business.
Places are filling up fast, so please RSVP by April 26 to Julie Dehennin, Agriculture Industry Trainer at GOTAFE, on mobile 0412 433 499 or email email@example.com
With registration from 8am to 9am, dormitory style accommodation is available at the Dookie Campus on Monday, April 30 for people wanting to arrive the night before the forum. Please contact Gail Gall at Melbourne University on (03) 5833 9233 to book.
The Making More from Sheep forumis an initiative of Goulburn Ovens institute of TAFE (GOTAFE), the BESTWOOL/BESTLAMB (BWBL) network, Australian Wool Innovations (AWI) and Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).