This months KENA topic will be "Saving Ground: Preserving Kentucky's Horse Country." The speakers will be Holley Groshek, Executive Director of the Equine Land Conservation Resource, Susan Speckert, Executive Director of the Fayette Alliance, and Roy Cornett, currently serving as the Treasurer of the Back Country Horsemen of America. The panelists will speak on the importance of land conservation to the equine industry, in terms of farmland, competition venues and access to trails, as well as steps individuals can take to help protect Kentucky’s equine lands.
This Livestock Investigation Training is offered to Animal Control Officers, Sheriffs, and other Kentucky law enforcement officials and prosecutors throughout the Commonwealth.
The three day courses are approved as Continuing Education for Peace Officers by the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
Courses include extensive hands-on livestock activities. Whenever possible the courses are offered at a Kentucky College or University with an equine and livestock production program. Faculty from the institution frequently instruct investigators on their area of expertise.
Hagyard Equine Medical Institute Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue, Presented by the Kentucky Horse Council will be taught by Justin and Tori McLeod. To register for this event, print and mail in LAR Registration Form.pdf with your check to:
Hagyard Equine Medical Institute
Attn: Nicole Tomlinson
4250 Iron Works Pike
Lexington, KY 0511
All checks can be maid payable to Hagyard Equine Medical Institute.
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