Whether horses are your passion or your business, you will find the latest information you need Saturday, March 28, during Horsemens Educational Day at the West Virginia University Extension Service Equine Arena in Reedsville.
From 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., veterinarians and WVU Extension Service researchers will be among the experts providing updates on and answering questions about horse health, hoof care, nutrition, manure management and horse training.
The WVU Extension Service Equine Arena is part of the WVU Reedsville Experiment Farm, which is off of the Kingwood Pike near Reedsville in Preston County. The farm is less than five minutes northwest of Reedsville and 20 minutes southeast of Morgantown.
The cost is $10 per person. Concessions will be available for those wishing to purchase lunch. The registration deadline is Friday, March 20.
Registration forms may be picked up at WVU Extension Service county offices and from event organizer and Extension equine specialist Holly Spooner, 304-293-6131 ext. 4220 or ”
email@example.com . A downloadable form is also available at the WVU Extension Service Web site ( www.ext.wvu.edu ).
Mail registration forms and fees to Dr. Holly Spooner, WVU Extension Service, PO Box 6108, 2084 Agricultural Sciences Building, Morgantown, WV 26506 -6108.