FAMACHA Certification Workshop

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FAMACHA is a method for measuring the level of anemia in sheep, goats and camelids caused by the barber pole worm. FAMACHA scores can be utilized, along with other management practices, in making decisions about parasite control methods.

At the end of this training you’ll be certified in the correct FAMACHA method and receive your own FAMACHA score card. This workshop will be divided into two segments: classroom education and hands-on learning. Both components are mandatory to satisfy requirements for FAMACHA certification.

The registration fee is $25 and will be held September 1, 2023 at the WNC Livestock Center located at 474 Stock Drive Canton, NC 28716 from 1:00p.m.–4:00p.m. 

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Kyla-Jo Farmer, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKyla-Jo FarmerExtension Agent, Agriculture - Livestock and Forage Crops Call Kyla-Jo Email Kyla-Jo N.C. Cooperative Extension, Haywood County Center
Updated on Apr 26, 2023
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