In addition to offering NEWC members the potential to enhance their own horse and land management practices, those who attend will be able to draw on what they learn at the workshop when giving guidance and offering support to horse owners as part of their charity’s efforts to address welfare concerns.
You can read more about Jane and her work here: (Biography Jane Myers https://www.equiculture.net/p/about-u)
The seminar will start promptly at 10 am and finish at 3 pm . Tea and coffee will be available from 9.30am. The seminar will be held at:
To book places please contact the NEWC office with names of attendees and contact details.
Full Agenda for the Day can be found below.
- The differences between the free living (wild/feral) equine ‘lifestyle’ and the domestic equine ‘lifestyle’.
- Domestic grazing behaviour and how it affects equine management.
- Essential information about pasture and grasses.
- All about MUD MANAGEMENT. Also about drought management (re this summer).
- How to become desirable land manager/custodians. Sustainably. Working in with other organisations.
- Essential information about equines and obesity (and land management).
12 – 1pm lunch and chance for networking
- Equine Management Systems
- THE EQUICENTRAL SYSTEM (a horse welfare/good environmental management horse and land care system that is a win-win all round).
This will be a most informative and useful day with examples and case studies explained with plenty of opportunity