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Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Workshop - Spanish Speaking Only

Event Details


March 24, 2023


10:30am - 2:30pm


CCE Madison County
100 Eaton St
Morrisville, NY 13408


Spanish Speaking Registration : $75.00

(addl attendee $75.00 ea.)

English Speaking Waiting List : Free


Central New York Dairy and Field Crops

David Balbian

Program ends at 2:30pm, but there is an opportunity to stay longer and get more practice with the Dystocia Model.

Knowing the stages of labor and recognizing when a cow needs assistance are important skills. This workshop will educate attendees on those skills and will include a hands-on experience with a life size model of a cow ready to calve along with her calf. Attendees will be able to practice a variety of dystocia situations.  

Topic at Each Station:

  • Delivering the Calf with the Dystocia Model
  • Stages of Labor & Using the Calving Tools
  • Neonatal Management
  • Postpartum Cow Care 

Registration is limited to 8 Spanish speaking attendees.  English speaking waiting list is also available.

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