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Ag Com Boot Camp on Animal Health

by PJ Kilkelly
September 19, 2017

Holliston Agricultural Commission
September 27th-Ag Com Boot Camp on
Animal Health, Regulations and resources,
6-8PM
MAAC Ag Com Boot Camp on Animal Health, Regulations and
Resources with a Discussion on H441 “The Livestock Care and Standards
Board” on, September 27th, 6-8pm, at the Holliston Town Hall.
Panel Speakers include Dr. O’Connor MDAR Chief Veterinarian; Frank
DiLuna Esq. Ma Agricultural Attorney; Brad Mitchell MFBF; Cheryl Sbarra,
Massachusetts Association of Health Boards; Skip Vadnais Chair of MFBF
Livestock Committee; Laura Sapienza-Grabski MAAC President.
Massachusetts Association of Agricultural
Commissions.
If you would like to sign up for this event please email
Hollistonagcom@googlegroups.com or call PJ at 508-328-0210

 

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