Donkey Nutrition and Related Issues
Sunday 9 September 10 am to 2 pm
Venue: 2113 Kimbolton Road, Kiwitea, near Feilding
Anna van Bergen, Equine Vet, Totally Vets, Feilding
Anna has had a wide and varied experience with equines, including donkeys, in the Netherlands, Belgium, England and Australia.
She will talk about nutrition and related issues like laminitis. Anna will also show us some pictures of how donkeys are usually kept in the Netherlands / Europe. Anna has also had experience with orphan donkey foals.
Anna is dedicated to helping owners keep their donkeys healthy and happy and would therefore love to share some of her insights and experiences with you.
She welcomes your questions.
Anna graduated at Utrecht University in the Netherlands with a Master’s degree in equine medicine. Utrecht University works in close relation to the Dutch Donkey Sanctuary, which gave her the opportunity to gain some experience with donkeys during her studies. After graduating Anna worked as an equine vet at Dierenkliniek Benschop-Oudewater. In addition to this Anna had the privilege to work for other clinics in the Netherlands, Belgium and England.
In 2017 Anna moved to Australia, but after a year decided to take a job at Totally Vets here in New Zealand.
• 10.00 am On arrival refresh with a muffin and tea or coffee
• 10.30am. Seminar Begins
Come to the Donkey Seminar and learn new information about donkeys. Also come and talk donkeys over lunch!
There are 16 donkeys at Pemberton Stud and 2 donkeys in the Ikaroa Donkey Rehoming Centre that you are welcome to meet after lunch.
For more details contact Andrea (email@example.com)
• The Donkey Day will take place rain or shine – you won’t get wet.
• Morning and afternoon tea provided, and bring something for a potluck lunch.
• No fee.
Please let us know if you are coming, so we can plan the day.
Donkey & Mule Society Donkey Day
2113 Kimbolton Road, Kiwitea, near Feilding
9 September 2018, 10 am to 2 pm
Please reply to Pemberley2113@farmside.co.nz