AMIF will host its third Annual Animal Handling and Stunning Workshop, February 1-2, 2001, at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City, MO. The conference is designed to educate attendees about optimum animal handling and stunning practices, new research and technology, the use of self-audits to monitor handling and stunning and the economic benefits of good animal handling and stunning.
World-renowned animal handling
expert Temple Grandin, Ph.D., assistant
professor at Colorado State University, will be
a featured instructor, along with other experts
from academia, government and industry.
The cost of the course is $295 for AMI
members, $265 for three or more members who
register together and $395 for non-members. To
secure an AMI hotel room rate of $125, hotel
reservations must be made by January 9, 2001.
For more information on the course, go to http://www.meatinstitute.org/Template.cfm?Section=AMIMeetingsProducts&NavMenuID=269&template=ConferenceDescription.cfm&ConferenceID=20
AMIF to Host Third Annual Animal Handling and Stunning WorkshopMonday, December 11, 2000