Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Workshops

Herd dog watching cowsWorkshops are offered at no cost to Producers and last about 3 hours long.  They cover:

  • practical, common sense management ideas
  • record keeping tips and samples
  • information on becoming registered
  • benefits of practicing food safety in your operation

Please pre-register - workshops with limited interest may be cancelled.

The following workshops are coming to an area near you:

2015 WINTER WORKSHOPS
BEEF BIOSECURITY & FOOD SAFETY

TOWN

DATE

FACILITY & TIME

ROOM

Estivan

Jan 20, 2015 (Tues)

   

Meadow Lake

Jan 27, 2015 (Tues)

   

Esterhazy

Jan 28, 2015 (Wed)

   

Outlook

Jan 29, 2015 (Thurs)

   

Kamsack

Feb 6, 2015 (Fri)

   

Kipling

Feb 10, 2015 (Tue)

   

Maple Creek

Feb 11, 2015 (Wed)

   

Kindersley

Feb 12, 2015 (Thu)

   

North Battleford

Feb 17, 2015 (Tue)

   

Carnduff

Feb 18, 2015 (Wed)

   

Swift Current

Feb 19, 2015 (Thu)

   

Melfort

Feb 20, 2015 (Fri)

   

Rockglen

Feb 24, 2015 (Tue)

   

Kelvington

Feb 25, 2015 (Wed)

   

Foam Lake

Feb 26, 2015 (Thu)

   

Beechy

Feb 27, 2015 (Fri)

   

Shaunavon

Mar 3, 2015 (Tue)

   

 

Would you like a workshop in your area? Please contact us to arrange for one near you!

 

On-Line Workshops

The VBP workshop is now available to producers on-line!  Please e-mail Coy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make arrangements.

Tele-Workshops

Want to attend a VBP workshop from the comfort of your home?  Contact Coy at 1-306-859-9110 for more information and dates of upcoming conference calls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Partners in the Cattle Industry,

The continued interest in the VBP Program demonstrates its importance to Cattle Producers in Saskatchewan. As such, we have tried to accommodate those requests by offering both evening and afternoon workshops at locations accross the province. For the growing number of beef producers who take part in VBP, the time spent at a workshop is an important investment. The program helps a producer keep up to date with best practices, improve efficiency in their operations, and is a tool for teaching employees or family members. VBP is a trusted, recognized program in the marketplace. It will continue to play an important role in evolving regulatory and consumer expectations as food safety continues to grow as a public priority.

If you would like a workshop in your area, we would love to hear from you! Please call the office at 1-306-859-9110 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. More workshops are being planned, check back soon to find a workshop near you!

Sincerely,

Coy Schellenberg, BSA, PAg
Provincial Coordinator
Sask VBP