Fall is here, and with the increasingly cooler weather upon us, it’s the time of year for horse enthusiasts to be thinking about how they plan to get their horses through to spring in good shape.
If you’re a new horse owner or want to make sure buying a horse is right for you, the 2012 Equine Seminar at DCC will provide you with valuable information and connect you with area resources before you take the plunge.
DCC will be hosting the Equine Seminar November 10. Check-in begins at 8am with the first session beginning at 9am. There will be four sessions provided under the direction of the Dawson Co Vet Service, MSU Extension, J&A Arena and Big Sky Shires. Sessions will be held in the Ullman Center on the DCC campus.
Area and regional horse professionals will present on a variety of topics that include:
The cost of the seminar is $50 with a discounted rate of $25 for 4-H and FFA Members. Included in the cost is Lunch- (Pulled Pork, Beans and Potato Salad), door prizes, snacks and all printed material.
Contact Leanne Hoagland at 377-9464 or [email protected]  for more information.
The seminar is sponsored by Dawson Community College, DCC Ag Club, DCC Agribusiness Program, Dawson County Vet Service, Big Sky Shires and Equine Services, and the Montana State University Extension Services.
PRE-REGISTER with Darcell at 377-9423.
We look forward to having you on our campus for this important dialog! We will have a Beef Seminar in January 2013 as well as a Beef AI School in April. The Ag Club is also considering a Beef and Sheep Fitting Clinic in May with showmanship and animal selection. Be sure to check the DCC website for future offerings.
Photo by: Candace Chevallier