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Tomorrow, when you're ready to wind down for the evening...Put down the remote!

Instead, pick up your computer and increase your "horse smarts" with Maryland Fund For Horses' evening webinar seriesInstead, have fun and increase your "horse smarts" with the latest Maryland Fund For Horses evening webinar. You'll enjoy a timely topic with a respected expert, and the session includes participant Q&A.

The webinar begins at 7:00 p.m. EDT
Click on the link below to register:
Tuesday, August 19: Hoof Care: It's More Than a Shoe

Everyone who registers for a webinar will receive an e-mail with the webinar replay and any hand-outs provided by the presenter(s).

Visit www.mdfundforhorses.org for news about upcoming webinars.

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Published in Equine Health

Via the University of Maryland Agricultural Law Initiative and the Maryland Farm Bureau:
"Compliance with labor laws is essential for all businesses including Maryland's family farms, who are often able to gain exemptions to the general labor requirements. In fact, the Federal law directly addresses agricultural businesses and provides useful exemptions to the standard labor regulations. The publication by William Pons examines the laws and regulations affecting everything from hiring of individuals to the paying of minimum wage as it relates to agriculture operations. Additionally, the publication provides a nice overview of the applicable exemptions and clarifies aspects of labor law that may be confusing. This publication is useful for all individuals who are operating a farm or agricultural related business and hire employees."

Published in Legislative

Vice President Peter Radue, DVM's veterinary practice Damascus Equine Associates will be hosting a seminar on Tuesday, October 28th. Below is the information for anyone interested:

Come join us and guest speaker Dr. Wendy Vaala for our discussion on:
"Bio-security: Preventing outbreaks and establishing a secure and hygienic environment"

TUESDAY OCTOBER 28TH
7:00-9:00 PM

DAMASCUS EQUINE ASSOCIATES
1941 Long Corner Road
Mount Airy, MD 21771

Admission is FREE

Light refreshments will be served

SEATING IS LIMITED: RSVP via e-mail to damascusequine@gmail.com

Courtesy of Merck Animal Health, Equine Division

 

Published in Equine Health