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REGISTER NOW: Anaesthetics, Analgesics & Animal Health Workshop

AWI Extension TAS is running an Anaesthetics, Analgesics & Animal Health Workshop later this month.

AWI Extension TAS is running an Anaesthetics, Analgesics & Animal Health Workshop later this month. The workshop will provide the latest information on practical pain relief options for lamb marking, mulesing, tail docking and castration, as well as an in-depth seasonal strategic animal health update, covering worms, feet, vaccination, and more!

Attendees will receive key printed resources covering many of the topics. Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Tickets are $50 per person.

The workshop is 9:30am – 1:30pm on Thursday 25 July at Campbell Town Showgrounds, 17 Church Street, Campbell Town.

NOTE: Places are strictly limited, so register now to avoid missing out.


This workshop will be delivered by veterinarian Dr Paul Nilon, James Cook University. Paul is a highly experienced vet consultant, having provided animal health and production consultancy to Tasmanian producers for more than 30 years through his business, Nilon Farm Health.


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