Lots of folks confuse bad management with destiny.

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Red Deer, Alberta Proper Stockmanship School

Welcome to Alberta

We just finished putting on two, two day Proper Stockmanship Schools in Red Deer and Cochrane, Alberta, Canada. This trip was our first to Alberta, and we were very excited to meet the ranchers there who are interested in better stockhandling.

The Red Deer school was sponsored by Organic Alberta and Grey Wooded Forage Association.

Melisa Zapisocky (left of Organic Alberta) and Ginette Boucher (right of Grey Wooded Forage Association) making introductionsMelisa Zapisocky (left) and Ginette Boucher (right) making introductions

This was our first school in a town council chambers!This was our first school in a town council chambers!

The computer technology was exceptional!The computer technology was exceptional!

The group shot!The group shot!

What a great meeting room!What a great meeting room!

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