Olds College Welcomes New Manager Of Technology Access Centre For Livestock Production

Olds College's Technology Access Centre (TAC) has a new Manager for Livestock Production. Sean Thompson joins OC with a resume which includes many past research projects. The list encompasses product development, feed processing technologies, feed ingredient registrations, nutritional evaluations and on-site operation consultations.

Olds College welcomed in a new Manager of the Technology Access Centre (TAC) for Livestock Production in April.
 
Sean Thompson grew up on a farm in south-west Manitoba producing purebred Shorthorn cattle.
 
Thompson is hoping to maintain strong industry connection and clientele, while growing the livestock industry as a resource for producers.
 
 
Thompson talks about a current trend in the beef industry.
 
 
 
Thompson says to stay tuned for events this summer at Olds College for producers.
 

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