Safe Milk Handling and Husbandry of the Backyard Dairy Cow Webinar

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Are you interested in having a backyard dairy cow? Maybe you already have one but find yourself with more questions then you have answers? If you answered yes to either of those questions then you don’t want to miss this webinar! It will be held via Zoom on June 18, 2020, from 6:30 p.m.–8 p.m. This webinar will answer common questions people have when looking into getting a backyard dairy cow. There will be discussion on basic dairy cattle husbandry, from caring for them daily to actually milking them. We will also discuss the importance of safe milk handling when dealing with raw milk. This webinar will provide you with useful resources that you can turn to whenever you have questions.

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