Specialised training based on farm visits, discussions, seminars and case studies. Specialised integration and application of knowledge so that health and production problems can be identified and solved on a herd basis, and health status and production effectiveness of small stock herds can be raised from a holistic and cost-effective viewpoint, within a broad spectrum of sheep and goat-farming systems and feedlots.
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