You’re Invited to our Horse Owners Workshop!
WHAT: A fun and informative evening event for horse owners with prizes, coupons, and refreshments
WHERE: Best Western Hotel in Keene, 401 Winchester Street, Route 10 South
WHEN: Thursday, April 30
7:00pm Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome with Katy Raynor, DVM, New England Equine Medical & Surgical Center
8:00pm Innovative Nutrition to Benefit Your Horse with Rusty Suher, Purina Mills Equine Nutrition Specialist
RSVP: All are welcome, bring a friend! RSVP appreciated via email at email@example.com.
Katy Raynor, DVM
Katy grew up in rural New Hampshire and spent most of her childhood on horseback. She obtained her BS in Zoology from the University of New Hampshire and then worked for two years at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm. Katy attended veterinary school at Ross University and completed her clinical year at Oklahoma State University. After obtaining her DVM, Katy completed an internship at New England Equine Medical and Surgical Center (NEEMSC), where she currently works as a Field Service Veterinarian.
Rusty Suher, Purina Mills
Rusty Suher is a native of Western Massachusetts and joined Purina in 1975 upon completing his degree in Animal Husbandry. He has worked as a feed and nutrition consultant with horse owners of various disciplines and breeds for the last 40 years. Rusty started his career in Western Massachusetts, Western Connecticut, and parts of the Hudson River Valley in New York and then was promoted and transferred to work with horse owners in New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and the Delmarva area of the Mid-Atlantic States. He has vast experience having worked with many animal species during his Purina career. Rusty looks forward to working with horse owners in New England to help them find better and more efficient ways of feeding their animals and maximizing their performance as economically as possible.
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Learn more about Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome on our blog.