In the year 2015, The E (Kika) de la Garza Institute for Goat Research will sponsor several extension/education activities. We start with the Tanning Goatskins workshop and then our annual Goat Field Day, which is always scheduled for the last Saturday in April. In an effort to expand the walls of the University, again this year we will again conduct several workshops away from campus. The Sustainable Internal Parasite Control workshops will be held on campus and at several locations around the state. The Artificial Insemination workshop will also be held on campus. Cheesemaking workshops will be held on campus and at other locations in the region. Due to the hands-on nature of the Tanning Goatskins, Sustainable Internal Parasite Control, the Artificial Insemination, and cheesemaking workshops the number of participants will be limited. Registration forms for individual workshops are available upon request. Reserve your place today.
If you are interested in receiving future information regarding these events, please check contact Dr. Terry A. Gipson. In compliance with the ADA Act, participants with special needs can be reasonably accommodated by contacting (405) 466-3836, at least five business days prior to the scheduled event.
N.B. Dates are subject to change and workshop may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment.
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