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REGISTER NOW: Ramping up Repro workshop

Registrations are now open for a Ramping up Repro workshop at Oatlands.

AWI Sheep Connect Tasmania is running a hands-on RAMping Up Repro™ workshop, focused on improving ram performance and working longevity in commercial sheep enterprises.

The workshop – an initiative of Australian Wool Innovation and Zoetis – is designed to increase the skill of producers across the key components of ram performance, and impacts on overall breeding enterprise performance, including; anatomy, physiology, spermatogenesis, metabolic demands, health, disease & biosecurity, and the financial impact of the ram team.

Each participant is guided through a thorough pre-joining ram inspection by an accredited workshop deliverer and given the opportunity to increase their practical skills to undertake this in their own operation.

Attendees will receive a full set of workshop notes, checklist, scrotal measuring tape, and information on pathways for future learning. The event is fully catered, and tickets are $75 per person.

The workshop is 9:00am – 2:30pm on Tuesday 30 January at St Peters Pass, Oatlands.

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

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This workshop will be delivered by veterinarian Dr Tim Gole BVSc MANZCVS (Sheep Medicine), owner and Principal Consultant of For Flocks Sake, Dubbo, NSW. With more than 14 years of veterinary experience, Tim combines his knowledge from the field with his university and professional training. He provides easy frameworks and technical advisory services to maximise outcomes.

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