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Upcoming Events:

Low Stress Animal Handling 2-day workshop Nov. 8 & 9 

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    The Hawai’i Sheep & Goat Association is pleased to offer a two-day course in low stress animal handling.  Workshop features Mark Orchard and Willy Twitchell of BYU Idaho's Animal Science Dept.   Mark is a Professor of Communications and has been teaching behavior courses for 13 years.  Willy is a Professor of Animal Science and has been teaching behavior for 7 years.   Both grew up working on ranches in Idaho and Wyoming.  Morning session will be classroom and afternoon will be outside.   Bring a chair, blanket, hat, etc. for your comfort.  Sign up below using the paypal button -  call Amy with questions - 938-6800.   

When:    Friday and Saturday, November 8-9, 2013,  8-5pm 
Where:   North Hawaii Education and Research Center (NHERC) and Pu'uwai Ranch (Paauilo)
Cost:      $85  includes lunch and snacks both days

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                Click here for tentative Agenda

SPACE is limited so sign up soon!

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The Hawaii Sheep and Goat Association mission is to support, improve and strengthen Hawaii's sheep and goat Ag community and it's infrastructure, through education, networking and marketing programs.

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HSGA is establishing a Mentor Program to help new sheep herders learn how to care for their sheep.
At the bottom of this page is an application for new members that want to apply to our Mentor Scholarship Program.  (Mentor app .pdf file at the bottom of this page)