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Healthy Land, Healthy Horse 2
Sat. 25 March 2017, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm AEDT
This is the second workshop in the Small Farms Network Capital Region horse husbandry series. Ideally participants will have completed Healthy Land, Healthy Pasture, Healthy Horse 1 or a similar course from Equiculture before this course to gain the maximum benefit from the day.
Join Stuart Myers B.A. from Equiculture, Stuart is an engaging and informative speaker with over 30 years' experience in the horse industry.
At this workshop you will be able to design your own property plan based on Equiculture principles with the help of Stuart, Jennie Curtis from Fresh Landscape Design and other participants. There will be a paddock walk where the principles of the design can be applied in a real world situation.
Healthy Land and Healthy Horse 2 will develop your understanding of how the horses’ natural behaviours can be harnessed to help you manage your farm. The workshop will include information about horse health and welfare and the relationship between horses and pasture management systems.
Participants need to supply their own A3 aerial photograph of their property or you can purchase one on the event order form for $ 33.00 (including processing fee). The photograph supplied will be orthocorrected, accurate and scaled to a useful size for property planning. A PDF version and printed copy will be supplied. If you bring your own photograph you need to bring a scale ruler and calculator.
This field day is not suitable for children and please leave your dogs at home.
Ticket Price - $ 60.00 plus $ 3.69 booking fee (morning tea and lunch provided) and covers attendance by up to two people per ticket.
To register for this field day online you need to pay using credit card, if you are unable to pay using this payment method please contact the organiser for alternative payment methods.
Refunds are only available until 20 March 2017. You need to contact us if you need to arrange a refund.
Note: The costs of this course has been subsidised by funding from the Australian Government.