March 2, 2022 - Animal Sciences Education Series Announced for 2022
The Wisconsin Youth Livestock Program (WYLP) is excited to offer LIVE Virtual Zoom educational programs for the spring of 2022. These current topics are for youth and adults alike and occur on the second Thursday of the month from January through May. Each session begins at 7 p.m. CST with a presentation followed by question-and-answer time. Register for any or all the events to get the connection information by email.
These sessions will provide awareness and knowledge of animal agriculture in these challenge areas listed. They will also give details on careers and how this area connects with your animal project. There will be a case study to further develop discussion skills with a local project leader, agriculture, and or science teacher on the discussion topic. Younger youth can learn through a take-home activity they talk about with parents and or project leaders.
Register and mark your calendars for the upcoming events:
- March 3 - Food Safety Challenge, Swine Live, Carcass Evaluation & Meat Cuts from the Meat Science & Animal Biologics Discovery Building
- April 14 - Grand Challenge: Land and Water
- May 12 - Grand Challenge: Biomedical Advancements
For registration and details about each presentation, go to: https://go.wisc.edu/tnq61h. On this webpage, you can also find an educational verification form. Complete the form and turn it into your county fair and or livestock committee to verify your participation. These activities can serve as “county educational requirements”.
For more information visit https://go.wisc.edu/tnq61h or contact Bernie O’Rourke, UW- Madison Animal & Dairy Science Extension Youth Livestock Specialist at (608) 263-4304 or email@example.com.
This series is offered in connection with the University of Wisconsin Madison Animal & Dairy Sciences Department, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, and Division of Extension.