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his meeting, presented by Dinsmore & Shohl LLP's Equine Law Group, will feature Rusty Ford with the Office of the Kentucky State Veterinarian. Mr. Ford will discuss equine related COVID19 Guidelines. The meeting will happen on Zoom at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
Rusty Ford, the Equine Operations Consultant at the Office of the State Veterinarian, has been instrumental in helping to keep the horse industry functioning throughout the COVID19 crisis. Mr. Ford will discuss the guidelines for the safe operation of horse shows, breeding sheds, boarding barns and more. There will be additional time for questions and discussion from the participants.
KENA is made possible by the generous support of sponsors, including Dinsmore Equine Law Group, WesBanco, Neogen, University of Louisville Equine Industry Program, KESMARC Kentucky, and Equine Land Conservation Resources.
The July meeting is presented by Dinsmore & Shohl LLP's Equine Law Group. Dinsmore & Shohl is a full-service law firm with offices in twenty-three cities throughout eleven states and the District of Columbia, including Kentucky offices in Lexington, Frankfort, Louisville and Covington. The Dinsmore Equine Law Group is a generous supporter of the KENA dinner series.
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED
Level 2 is offered to all officials who have attended Level 1 and scored 85% or higher on the exit exam.
Day 1: Horse Handling *Optional*
Day 2: Swine and Ruminants
Day 3: Recovery and Building a Case
***Due to the confidential nature of the material presented in the class, enrollment is restricted to law enforcement officers; prosecutors and judges; and animal control, humane investigators, veterinarians if employed or contracted with a government agency (sheriff's, police, health department, etc.).
Courses include extensive hands-on livestock activities. Whenever possible the courses are offered at a Kentucky College or University with an equine and livestock production program. Faculty from the institution frequently instruct investigators on their area of expertise.
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-Come in the front entrance of the Ag Center
-At the main brown building turn right and continue down the road which will turn to gravel
-Last left turn before you head down a driveway to a house
-Barn is gray with red trim. Classroom is inside on the left
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