Transport can be one of the most stressful parts of handling for both the horse and the owner. Presented by Jennifer Woods, M. Sc., an Animal Care and Welfare specialist based in Alberta, this webinar will provide an overview of good handling practices and tips for transporting your horses near and far.

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Missed the Transporting Your Horse with Jennifer Woods, M. Sc., Community Engagement Session? We’ve got you covered! The recording of this webinar is now available to stream on YouTube (below)




An Animal Care and Welfare specialist based out of Blackie, Alberta, Canada, Woods obtained her undergraduate degree in Animal Science at Colorado State University and her Masters degree in Veterinary Preventative Medicine – Animal Welfare from Iowa State University. She has over 25 years experience with production livestock and has been collaborating with the livestock industry in all aspects of animal welfare and care since 1998. She has been a professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization (PAACO) certified auditor for all five species groups since 2007 and is the lead trainer and developer for Canadian Livestock Transport (CLT) Certification program. Her areas of expertise include euthanasia, animal handling and behavior, animal welfare auditing and assessing (slaughter, farm, feedlot and transportation), livestock emergency response, transportation and facility design. Jennifer’s work has taken her all over North America, across Europe, South America, into Asia and down to Australia. Her work has been used globally to audit, train and improve farm animal welfare.

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