One Day Hoof Trimming Workshop

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS (One Day Workshop)


How to improve the hoof health of your dairy cows?
One Day Hoof Trimming Workshops 2019

UPCOMING DATES:

Southland:

8th October 2019 – Northope

9th October 2019 – Makarewa (FULL)

10th October 2019 – Kaiwera

Canterbury: 17 to 19th December 2019

Southland: 13th to 17th January 2020

Mid-Canterbury: 20th to 24th January 2019

North Canterbury / West Coast: 27th to 31st January 2020

Southland: 24th to 28th February 2020

Canterbury: 9th to 13th March 2020

North Island: 30th March to 9th April 2020

Southland: 20th to 24th April 2020

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN?
The five step process to hoof trimming
 Foot anatomy and its function
 Practical preventative hoof trimming (shaping the claw correctly)
 Free course textbook “Foot Care in Cattle”
 Completion certificate

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
This is a theory and practical workshop, so bring your gumboots, overalls, warming clothing, lunch and refreshments.
Time: 9am – 3pm
Location: Venue will be confirmed by email after registration.

COURSE COST:
Only $395+gst* per person.

Group Bookings are available at a discounted rate of $2000.00 per group of 8 or $2100.00 per group of 9 (Conditions Apply).

Grow your confidence, improve animal welfare and increase your bottom line with VeeHof’s One Day Hoof Trimming Workshop!

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:
Book now and save $100 with our Early Bird Special. (Note: Payment must be received prior to the workshop to be eligible for the Early Bird Discount.)

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further queries on 0800 833 463.

WHAT HAVE OTHERS GAINED FROM THIS ONE DAY WORKSHOP?
“It is a really good way to learn all of the things that contribute to lameness and it is explained very well. It also helps to be able to do the practical section and know that someone is there to guide you” – Margot, Gore
“You have no idea how lameness works – do the course. It will change your mind!” – Johan, Morrinsville
“Very good, I like Fred’s view on feeding and the health of the hoof” – Kieryn, Otautau