For anyone within driving range of Greenville, SC. I attended this last year
and it's a pretty good producer geared conference.
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> From: "Judy - bellsouth" <judylang...@bellsouth.net>
> Date: February 23, 2015 at 11:14:52 PM EST
> To: "Judy Langley" <judylang...@bellsouth.net>
> Subject: Southeastern Goat and Sheep Symposium April 18, 2015
> The Fifth Annual Southeastern Goat and Sheep Symposium (SEGSS) is just around
> the corner—it is coming up on April 18, 2015. The Southern Goat Producers
> Association is very excited about hosting this symposium that will bring
> small ruminant producers, veterinarians, and hopefully you, to Greenville,
> SC to learn and network. The morning roundtable and this year’s theme: “The
> Parasite Fight: Getting Control of Worms that Kill” will be presented by Lisa
> Williamson, DVM, head of the small ruminant research division of the
> University of Georgia. Check out the attached brochure for all the details.
> ... a Roundtable format, new to the Symposium, the fact that it is set in
> Downtown Greenville, and vendors that will bring supplies that you need,
> will make this the best educational event for ruminant producers. Please
> schedule April 18 on your calendar ... space is limited, so please register
> early to reserve your spot.
> Best regards,
> FOR DETAILS and UPDATES go to:
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