They are back again this year by popular demand! The University if Minnesota Extension Service will be offering five Horse Online Certificate Courses. "The courses are recommended for adult learners (ages 18 and older) but are open to everyone. However, the courses do not earn college credits. The courses are six weeks in a row and begin on Monday January 4, 2021 and wrap up on February 4, 2021. Registration is $75 per course and registration is required by January 3, 2021. The courses are limited to 100 students.

The course topics include equine biosecurity, manure management, basic horse nutrition, growing and feeding horse hay, and horse pasture establishment and management. If you would like more information contact Krishona Martinson, PhD, Equine Extension Specialist, University of Minnesota, 612-625-6776 or email: krishons@umn.edu. You can also get more information and register at the University of Minnesota Extension website.

I have the opportunity to talk with a lot of 4-H and FFA members and many of them have horses and are involved in horse projects. It is nice to see the University of Minnesota Extension Service is offering programing to serve the horse people too!

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