Find out how your equine business could benefit from The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program. Free info session on the incentives for hiring OEEEP graduates for your horse job vacancies. Wed, April 13 @ 3pm.
The value of long-term studies is well understood by researcher, Dr. Keith Betteridge who has been involved with Ontario Veterinary College equine reproduction studies since 1986. In a fascinating video interview Dr. Betteridge takes you on a journey spanning decades of studies on equine reproduction.
Have you organized an equestrian event in Ontario?
An Ontario Veterinary College research study would like to interview equestrian competition organizers (within the past 5 years) about their experiences and perspectives towards biosecurity at sanctioned and unsanctioned equestrian events in Ontario, Canada.
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