Cow-Calf Quality Program training |

Cow-Calf Quality Program training

Training for the Cow-Calf Quality Assurance Program will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at Bear River High School on Magnolia Road. The six-hour program is part of a nationwide, industry-led program to eliminate contamination of beef products, prevent disease and avoid antibiotic resistance.

The program will cover food safety, genetics, drug labels, needle and injection sites, sanitation, livestock handling, transportation, and record keeping.

Participants will receive a certificate and qualify to participate in the California Cattlemen’s Value Added Program.

For more information, contact Roger Ingram at 889-7385 or

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