For 30 years, the Western Canadian Dairy Seminar has been presenting some of the world’s leading experts to inform and challenge those in the dairy industry to take a leading role in the development of the industry through the adoption of the latest technologies and information and to discuss current issues challenging the dairy industry. Plans are underway to do just that once again from March 6-9 at the Capri Hotel (soon to be Sheraton Red Deer) in Red Deer, Alberta. The 30th annual Western Canadian Dairy Seminar will kick-off with a pre-conference symposium, pre-conference tours and producer workshops.

The following three days will feature dairy producers, professors and industry consultants from four countries. The seminar begins with a special anniversary look back at the last 30 years and how far the industry has advanced. It then breaks into sessions on reproduction, finance, management, nutrition, dairy health and the environment.

The registration fee for registrations received by Feb. 6 is $235. After Feb. 6 the fee will be $285.

Further details and online registration are available by clicking here. For further information contact Joanne Morrison, conference coordinator, at or (780) 492-3236. PD


—From WCDS mailings