Walworth, Wis. – A one-day equine educational program for horse owners will be offered on Feb. 21, 2015. The Stateline Equine Conference, formerly known as the Bi-State Horse program, will be held at the Kenosha County Center in Bristol, Wisconsin.
The focus of this workshop is on Facility Design and Management. Topics and presenters are:
— Facility Design. David Kammel, University of Wisconsin-Extension/Madison agricultural building design specialist.
— Water Where You Want It. Ellen Philps, consultant, CP Enterprises.
— Manure Management. Liv Sandberg, UW-Extension equine specialist.
— Storage Strategies. Peg Reedy, UW-Extension Walworth County agriculture agent and Ellen Philips, consultant, CP Enterprises.
— Fencing Facts. Kristine Ely, UW-Extension Walworth County agriculture educator.
— Developing Emergency Plans. Phil May, manager, Sunflower Farms, LLC.
— Arena Management. Panel discussion led by Liv Sandberg, UW-Extension equine specialist.
Early registration for adults is $25 per person; $45 per 2 people, and youth (18 and under) $15 per person. Early registration ends Feb. 14, after that date registration is adults $35 per person; $60 per 2 people and youth (18 and under) $20 per person. Registration includes lunch.
Register and pay with credit card online at: http://kenosha.extension.wisc.edu/2014/12/02/equineprogram/.
The workshop brochure is available online at http://kenosha.extension.wisc.edu/files/2014/12/2015-Stateline-Horse-Brochure.pdf