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February 3, 2010
By Manure Manager

January 28, 2010, Ada,
OH – Livestock producers interested in obtaining a manure management license or
who want to learn more about best manure management practices have the
opportunity to gain the training they need at Ohio State University’s
Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference.



January 28, 2010, Ada,
OH – Livestock producers interested in obtaining a manure management license or
who want to learn more about best manure management practices have the
opportunity to gain the training they need at Ohio State University’s
Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference.

The Ohio Department of
Agriculture
is teaming up with conference organizers to offer the Certified
Livestock Manager
licensing program. It’s the first time that the program is
being offered at the Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference.

The conference will take
place Feb. 25 and 26 at the McIntosh Center of Ohio Northern University in Ada,
Ohio.

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Agenda and registration
information can be found at http://ctc.osu.edu.

To receive Certified
Livestock Manager licensing through ODA, a farmer or custom applicator must
attend three core training sessions and three elective sessions. The
Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference is offering 15 sessions over the
two days that meet Certified Livestock Manager requirements. Qualified sessions
are marked CLM in the agenda.

For more information on
Certified Livestock Manager qualifications and requirements, visit http://www.agri.ohio.gov/divs/lepp/lepp.aspx.


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