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Dr. Lynn Locatelli M.

Veterinarian

Cattlexpressions

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Email: d***@***.net

Cattlexpressions

P.O. Box 194

Watrous, New Mexico 87753

United States

Company Description

Cattle Expressions is a team of professionals who provide consulting, training & education in all aspects of proper, low-stress cattle handling. more

Background Information

Employment History

Veterinarian

Twin Forks Clinic Inc

Education



UC Davis



University of California - Davis College of Veterinary Medicine

DVM

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Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions is a student of renowned animal handling expert Bud Williams.


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Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions will lead a Feb. 7 workshop in Indianapolis. Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions will lead a Feb. 7 workshop in Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS - Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli, a veterinarian with Cattlexpressions, will lead a low-stress cattle-handling workshop in Indianapolis as part of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association's annual meeting.

The workshop will take place Feb. 7 at the Marriott Indianapolis East. It will urge beef producers and veterinarians to think like a cow for better handling.
Locatelli, who grew up on a small ranch in California, said she will teach principles and techniques that cattle will understand and reduce stress on both animals and their handlers. The workshop also will focus on how interaction with livestock affects the animal's performance and health.
"We will discuss the importance of keeping cattle happy so they will cooperate without being stressed," Locatelli said. "When you understand how cattle think, you can work with them very effectively."
Locatelli, who now lives in New Mexico, began her veterinary career in Nebraska. She graduated from the University of California - Davis College of Veterinary Medicine and practiced veterinary medicine in Nebraska.
She also studied stockmanship under renowned animal-handling expert Bud Williams. She describes the experience as the opportunity of a lifetime.
Locatelli started Cattlexpressions 10 years ago and now educates through private consultation and speaking at seminars and workshops.
Those who attend the seminar should expect to learn various techniques, she said.
"I hope people walk away with at least one new technique and commit to making it work," she said.
Locatelli encourages people to not be afraid to attend the seminar as it will be an opportunity to learn and have fun at the same time.
Registration costs $40 and is due by Jan. 16. To register, call Indiana Veterinary Medical Association at 317-974-0888 or sign up online at www.invma.org.
Locatelli can be reached at Drlynn@bwtelcom.net or www.cattlexpressions.com.


Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn ...

agrinews-pubs.com [cached]

Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions will lead a Feb. 7 workshop in Indianapolis. Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions will lead a Feb. 7 workshop in Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS - Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli, a veterinarian with Cattlexpressions, will lead a low-stress cattle-handling workshop in Indianapolis as part of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association's annual meeting.

The workshop will take place Feb. 7 at the Marriott Indianapolis East. It will urge beef producers and veterinarians to think like a cow for better handling.
Locatelli, who grew up on a small ranch in California, said she will teach principles and techniques that cattle will understand and reduce stress on both animals and their handlers. The workshop also will focus on how interaction with livestock affects the animal's performance and health.
"We will discuss the importance of keeping cattle happy so they will cooperate without being stressed," Locatelli said. "When you understand how cattle think, you can work with them very effectively."
Locatelli, who now lives in New Mexico, began her veterinary career in Nebraska. She graduated from the University of California - Davis College of Veterinary Medicine and practiced veterinary medicine in Nebraska.
She also studied stockmanship under renowned animal-handling expert Bud Williams. She describes the experience as the opportunity of a lifetime.
Locatelli started Cattlexpressions 10 years ago and now educates through private consultation and speaking at seminars and workshops.
Those who attend the seminar should expect to learn various techniques, she said.
"I hope people walk away with at least one new technique and commit to making it work," she said.
Locatelli encourages people to not be afraid to attend the seminar as it will be an opportunity to learn and have fun at the same time.
Registration costs $40 and is due by Jan. 16. To register, call Indiana Veterinary Medical Association at 317-974-0888 or sign up online at www.invma.org.
Locatelli can be reached at Drlynn@bwtelcom.net or www.cattlexpressions.com.


Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn ...

www.agrinews-pubs.com [cached]

Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions will lead a Feb. 7 workshop in Indianapolis. Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli of Cattlexpressions will lead a Feb. 7 workshop in Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS - Cattle-handling expert Dr. Lynn Locatelli, a veterinarian with Cattlexpressions, will lead a low-stress cattle-handling workshop in Indianapolis as part of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association's annual meeting.

The workshop will take place Feb. 7 at the Marriott Indianapolis East. It will urge beef producers and veterinarians to think like a cow for better handling.
Locatelli, who grew up on a small ranch in California, said she will teach principles and techniques that cattle will understand and reduce stress on both animals and their handlers. The workshop also will focus on how interaction with livestock affects the animal's performance and health.
"We will discuss the importance of keeping cattle happy so they will cooperate without being stressed," Locatelli said. "When you understand how cattle think, you can work with them very effectively."
Locatelli, who now lives in New Mexico, began her veterinary career in Nebraska. She graduated from the University of California - Davis College of Veterinary Medicine and practiced veterinary medicine in Nebraska.
She also studied stockmanship under renowned animal-handling expert Bud Williams. She describes the experience as the opportunity of a lifetime.
Locatelli started Cattlexpressions 10 years ago and now educates through private consultation and speaking at seminars and workshops.
Those who attend the seminar should expect to learn various techniques, she said.
"I hope people walk away with at least one new technique and commit to making it work," she said.
Locatelli encourages people to not be afraid to attend the seminar as it will be an opportunity to learn and have fun at the same time.
Registration costs $40 and is due by Jan. 16. To register, call Indiana Veterinary Medical Association at 317-974-0888 or sign up online at www.invma.org.
Locatelli can be reached at Drlynn@bwtelcom.net or www.cattlexpressions.com.

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