Students learn low-stress techniques

By Trinity Edwards
Updated September 27 2018 - 2:49am, first published October 23 2017 - 8:00pm
Eleven WA College of Agriculture students were granted scholarships to the Low Stress Stock Handling School held at Mitchell's Transport in Waroona last week. Pictured with them are the sponsors and industry leaders who gave their time to engage with the students on the first day.

REVOLUTIONISING human to livestock interaction and encouraging agricultural students to seek greater career opportunities in the livestock sector, are just two main reasons the Low Stress Stock Handling School is quickly becoming a leading course in WA.

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