PQA+ Certification Class
A Pork Quality Assurance Plus Certification Session will be held on Friday September 11 at 3:00 pm at the University of Nebraska Extension office on the Fairgrounds, 1115 W Scott St, Beatrice, Nebraska. The training session will be conducted and the exam proctored by Jim Damrow, Certified PQA+ Instructor. This session is specifically for new applications, expired applications, or those who prefer a live program versus the on-line version if they are recertifying. If you have special needs or want to recertify on-line contact the Extension Office at 402-223-1384. All pork producers in SE Nebraska and NE Kansas are welcome. The fees for this program are fully sponsored by the Pork Producers Association.
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