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Posted: September 27 2010

greenhorns, if you're interested in animal power on your farm - this is the event for you.  Coming soon!


Northeast Animal Power Field Days
Our 4th Annual Event takes place October 15-17 2010 - only 23 days away! NEAPFD has become a clearing-house for educational and operational resources, building networks and sharing experiences around the many aspects of draft animal-power, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, and local food systems. It is a grass roots event made possible by countless volunteer hours and contributions by our many sponsors, exhibitors, advertisers, and our membership. Please visit our website for more information: www.animalpowerfielddays.org.

We have added some activities and speakers to our program that did not make it in the Program/Resource Booklet, and want to let you know about them. This includes scheduled activities and workshop presenters.

Scheduled Activities:

On Friday evening, October 15th, there will be an Open-mic starting at 7pm - Storytelling, music, poetry, etc. will be shared by many including teamsters such as Lynn Miller, Jay Bailey, Howard Van Ord, Carl Russell, and many others. Come with something to share or sit and relax and enjoy an evening of prose and legendary tales.

Additional Speakers

Lynn Miller , Editor for the Small Farmers Journal, will be with us for the event. He will be a Facilitator Announcer at the Working Demonstrations on Friday and will be providing the Welcoming Address on Saturday at 1:15 pm on the Fairgrounds.
Heidi Meyer is a Bare Hoof Care specialist with a passion for whole horse health and over 30 years of experience with horses. She will be participating in the Equine Hoof Care Forum on Saturday morning and the Equine Health and Maintenance Forum on Saturday afternoon.
Fred Hatfield EqDT specializes in Equine Dentistry and has been working with horses for over 20 years.  He has been serving the central Vermont and New Hampshire equine dental needs for 15 years.  Fred will be participating in the Equine Health and Maintenance Forum on Saturday afternoon.
John Toli is an Equine Nutrition Specialist and works for Poulin Grain Inc.. He balances his time training, instructing, judging, and teaching equine nutrition. John will be participating in the Equine Health and Maintenance Forum on Saturday afternoon.

Sponsor, Exhibit, Provide Raffle Donations, Volunteer!

There is still time to be a Sponsor, Advertiser in our Program Insert, Exhibitor/Vendor, or to contribute an item for our Raffle Drawing. Contact Us if you would like more information, or visit our website for details on costs and deadlines.
Volunteering is a great way to meet wonderful people and save on admission costs. Two hours earns you an admission ticket for one day, and four hours earns you full event admission. Contact Jennifer Megyesi if you are interested in volunteering.
We will be using the E-Newsletter for occasional updates and important announcements and promise not to overwhelm your email box. Please forward this message to others and encourage them to subscribe to our E-Newsletter by going to our website: www.animalpowerfielddays.org. If you do not want to receive these messages, you may unsubscribe (found at the bottom of this page).
We will see you in October, rain or shine!
Lisa McCrory and Carl Russell
Event Producers
Northeast Animal-Power Field Days
www.animalpowerfielddays.org
802/234-5524

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