National Equine Forum to explore why human behaviour change is so important for the equine sector

Date: 
Monday, December 16, 2019
Source: 
BEVA

The outline programme for the 28th National Equine Forum has been confirmed. This annual event will be held in London on 5th March 2020 and will cover a breadth of important global and national topics related to the equine sector. A key element of the programme will explore the impact of human behavioural science on horse care and welfare.

The National Equine Forum provides a dynamic platform for government officials, vets and equestrian industry leaders to share their knowledge and inspire debate with representatives from all areas of the UK’s equine sector. Audience members can participate during Q&A segments at the end of some presentations and those watching the live stream can submit questions during the Forum via social media channels. Questions for specific presentations can also be sent in advance, from 2nd March via a web-based Q&A platform.

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