This winter’s Western Canadian Dairy Seminar will be held online this year. The internationally known event, entering its 39th year, will be spread out over five days, with each daily session lasting two to three hours, organizers said.
This year’s seminar will also feature virtual tours of three progressive dairy operations, a student research presentation competition and “the always popular” producer panel.
There will also be a virtual trade show and participants will be able to talk to industry officials and “discuss the latest dairy-related research in the virtual research poster display section.”
The conference will run from March 8-12 (from 10 a.m. daily). Registration, which is $50, will be available by the end of November at wcds.ualberta.ca.