Heritage Livestock Conference
WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia — Join The Livestock Conservancy for the 2017 Heritage Livestock Conference November 9 through 12. The national conference will feature presentations on topics including animal husbandry, showing, breeding, marketing, and more. Some of the highlighted events include pre-conference sheep and horse clinics, an on-farm chicken processing clinic, and a post-conference card grading clinic featuring breeds from the Colonial Williamsburg’s Rare Breeds program.
Go to www.LivestockConservancy.org to see the full schedule and register for the conference.
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