K-State Swine Day Set for 17 November

by 5m Editor
14 October 2011, at 11:13am

KANSAS, US – Kansas State University will host Swine Day Thursday, 17 November at the K-State Alumni Center at 17th and Anderson Ave. in Manhattan, and the organisers say the early registration deadline is approaching.

The cost to attend is $25 per person if paid by 10 November or $35 if paid at the door. Registration includes lunch, conference materials, the ice cream reception and parking permit.

K-State animal scientists will present 'Current K-State Swine Research to Help Improve Net Return of a Swine Business' and veterinarians Steve Henry, Lisa Tokach and Megan Potter of the Abilene Animal Hospital will present 'Failure to Thrive: The Effect of Vitamin D at Processing'.

Joe Kerns of Risk Assessment and Management, Ames, Iowa, will present 'Global Grain and Livestock Outlook: How it Will Impact You'.

A technology trade show will run throughout the day and a reception, featuring K-State ice cream, will follow the programme.

More information, including online registration is available online [click here].