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Safergrass Workshops, April 20 & 21- Western WA

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  • Alayne Blickle
    Two Days of Safergrass Workshops in Preston and Monroe, WA Friday and Saturday, April 20th & 21st With Katy Watts, Founder of Safergrass.org Day One: Preston,
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 5, 2007
      Two Days of Safergrass Workshops in Preston and Monroe, WA

      Friday and Saturday, April 20th & 21st

      With Katy Watts, Founder of Safergrass.org



      Day One: Preston, WA– For veterinarians, farriers and agency staff

      Katy Watts, a Colorado-based researcher who has been studying the effects of
      sugars and non-structural carbohydrates on horse health, will do a
      presentation on factors affecting sugar content of forage and management of
      the carbohydrate intolerant horse.

      Fri., April 20th, 1 pm to 5 pm.

      Preston Community Center, Preston, WA

      Cost: $25 – payable at the door.

      Pre-registration would be appreciated. Registration for this class is
      through King Conservation District, 425-277-5581, ext. 125 or
      Roseanne.Campagna@....



      Day Two: Monroe, WA – For horse owners, performance-horse trainers, and
      others.
      Have you been wondering about the sugars in grass and how this affects your
      horse’s health? Do you hear conflicting info on whether morning time
      grazing is “safer” vs. evening? Are you horses in a “diet pen” still
      foundering? Do you have horses with Insulin resistance / Equine Metabolic
      Syndrome, Cushings or laminitis? Are you concerned that your horses may be
      at serious risk for metabolic disease? Based on your current pasture
      situation, do you know how to choose hay appropriate for your horse? For
      more information on managing pastures, not just for grass but also for horse
      health, join Colorado-based researcher Katy Watts of Safergrass.org for this
      all-day workshop. Katy Watts has been studying the effects of sugars,
      non-structural carbohydrates and common soil/forage mineral deficiencies on
      horse health.

      Sat., April 21st, 9am - 5pm

      4H Building, Evergreen State Fairgrounds, Monroe, WA

      Cost: $25/person or $40/household – payable at the door.

      Pre-registration would be appreciated. Registration for this workshop is
      through Snohomish Conservation District, 425-335-5634, ext 4 or
      workshops@...



      Questions? Alayne@... or 425-432-6116.

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      Alayne Renee Blickle
      Program Director
      Horses for Clean Water
      www.horsesforcleanwater.com
      alayne@...
      425-432-6116



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