Types of Events Hosted

Every year, NCLE hosts a variety of events.  These are examples of what we can offer to research partners, industry partners, school tours and more.

Clinics

Soil & Manure Management Field Clinic

Known for its combination of leading edge research, interactive how-to demonstrations and large equipment in action, the MAFRI-NCLE Soil & Manure Management Field Clinic attracts upwards of 80 participants annually.

Training Event - International Symposium on Beef Cattle Welfare
Beef Cattle Welfare conference webcast combined with Beef-Forage Research Tour, Glenlea Research Station, June 6-7, 2012  http://www.beefwelfare2012.ca/index.php/program.

Special Seminars

Special Seminar: Anaerobic Digestion in Wisconsin - A Case Study

Elsie Jordaan, PhD candidate with Nazim Cicek, Biosystems Engineering provided an overview of a multi-farm anaerobic digestion system in Wisconsin. View the presentation here

Contemplating the Role for Animal Agriculture in Environmentally Sustainable Food Production

Join Henry Janzen, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada-Lethbridge, AB, as he encourages us to seriously contemplate the long term sustainability of this practice. View online here (Free RealPlayer download http://www.real.com/)

Workshops

Achieving Manure Phosphorus Balance in Manitoba

Overall purpose: To better equip Manitoba's livestock producers to comply with phosphorus-based manure management regulations by sharing current information on available management options and working to identify, evaluate and adopt management options for achieving manure phosphorus balance in Manitoba. Workshop details

Delegations

National and International Delegations

Every year NCLE hosts delegations and visiting scientists from around the world.