LOVELAND — The Colorado Livestock Association will host its annual producer educational symposium Tuesday, Dec. 6, at the Embassy Suites in Loveland.
The Front Range Livestock Symposium will feature a full day of speakers covering topics affecting the livestock industry.
The symposium will start at 9 a.m. with Dr. Roberto Palomares, University of Georgia, who will be presenting on management tools that producers can use to reduce their use of antibiotics.
Jeffrey Cullers, a lawyer who focuses on land and property law, will discuss the ramifications of drone use and trespassing.
State Rep. Cole Wist will give an overview of what employers should expect from OSHA in 2017.
CLA lobbyist Steve Holdren will give an outlook on what issues to expect in the 2017 Colorado legislative session.
Following lunch, Greg Carins, a workers’ compensation lawyer with 32 years of experience, will share the 10 things claimant attorneys don’t want employers to know about Colorado workers’ compensation.
The afternoon will finish with a presentation on complacency its connection with workplace injuries from Ivan Steinke with Extraction Oil and Gas.
Event registration is free, but registration for lunch is required by Friday, Dec. 2.
Check out the full schedule and register online here.