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Meat goat conference and Kiko sale Oct. 2-3 in Ind. The 2020 Corn Country Meat Goat Conference will be held Fri-


Saturday October 3, 2020


day and Saturday, Oct. 2-3, at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon, Ind. The event is sponsored by the National Kiko Registry and is free and open to the public. No pre-registration is required. A private, invitational Kiko breeding stock sale will be held fol- lowing the conference.


For more information on the conference or the sale, visit


www.cocsale.com or contact Terry Hankins at 662-519-9697 or egyptcreekranch@gmail.com.


Corn Country Schedule of Events


Friday October 2, 2020 8:00-9:00 — Welcome/Registration 9:00-9:50 — Low stress handling, An Peischel, PhD., Goats Unlimited 10:00-10:50 — Selection Criteria for Replacement Does, An Peischel, PhD., Goats Unlimited 11:00-11:50 — Financial Assistance and Cost Sharing Programs, Mike Re- nick, MR Goats


12:00-1:30 — Lunch on your own and visit sale barn 1:30-2:30 — Improving Reproductive Performance, Fred Brown, DVM, Stone Mountain Kikos


2:40-3:40 — Diagnosing & Managing Internal Parasite Problems, Fred Brown, DVM, Stone Mountain Kikos Visit Sale Barn


5-until — Meet & Greet Social at the barn.


National Kiko


Registry


NKR now has 800 breeders registering & transferring quality New Zealand Kikos, Purebred Kikos,


Percentage Kikos and GeneMasters™


Like us!


To learn more about how NKR can benefit your meat goat operation, visit our website or give Karen a call.


www.NationalKikoRegistry.com Karen Brown, registrar


770-844-4300 • nkr.reg@gmail.com or NKR, POB 1800, Cumming GA 30028


If you are not currently an NKR client, please look at all we have to offer, including educational and marketing opportunities, reliable registry and stable management — all things that can help make your Kiko program a success. If you’re looking for a registry home or have any questions, give us a call.


8:00-9:00 — Welcome/Registration


9:00-10:00 — Reducing the Impact of Parasitism in Your Herd Using a Sys- tems Approach, Scott Bowdridge, PhD., West Virginia University 10:10-11:30 — Using Performance Test Data in Your Herd and Opportunities for Greater Genetic Improvement, Scott Bowdridge, PhD., West Virginia Uni- versity


12:00-1:00 — Meat Goat Lunch 1:00 — Cream of Crop Kiko Sale


Thinking outside the fence...


September 2020 | Goat Rancher


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