[older messages]
1 Mar 19, 01:57 PM
Sorelle
interesting Alex.
1 Mar 19, 01:57 PM
Fiona
Online community, please share your reflections here!
1 Mar 19, 01:57 PM
Barbara
yes, Alex is correct
1 Mar 19, 01:58 PM
Alex
I did all the slaughter pathology for 5 1/2 years I saw a lot of sheep lungs.
1 Mar 19, 01:59 PM
Barbara
BCSF is frustrated that some research regarding wild sheep die offs and the causes is ignored by wild sheep proponents (funded by wild sheep society/hunters/guide outfitters)
1 Mar 19, 01:59 PM
Aleigh
overall themes: the connection of human / animal welfare and also how wonderful to see so many collaborative discussions and solutions among varying groups/gov
1 Mar 19, 02:00 PM
Sorelle
why are the culls transported to Ontario in the first place?
1 Mar 19, 02:00 PM
Barbara
I was glad to see One Welfare come up in the presentations and discussions
1 Mar 19, 02:00 PM
Aleigh
agreed Barbara
1 Mar 19, 02:01 PM
Elizabeth
Very little about including the public generally in policy making, considering ethical perspectives, science-based evidence on animal cognition, etc.
1 Mar 19, 02:01 PM
Sorelle
My take-away.. Elements of every presentation have been beneficial even when totally unrelated to my specific interest, so thank you!
1 Mar 19, 02:02 PM
Fiona
Thank you so much - please remember to send in your feedback online at
1 Mar 19, 02:02 PM
Fiona
1 Mar 19, 02:07 PM
Tess
Congratulations Amy and Fiona!
1 Mar 19, 02:07 PM
Sorelle
thanks so much to Amy and Fiona!
1 Mar 19, 02:07 PM
Barbara
Sorelle, a lot of Canadian sheep are sold and slaughtered in Ontario. Big market there
1 Mar 19, 02:08 PM
Barbara
Thank you for a wonderful conference. Great job, folks.
1 Mar 19, 02:10 PM
Meghann
Thanks, folks! :)
1 Mar 19, 02:10 PM
Sorelle
thanks Barbara, transporting from across Canada seems expensive, stressful and odd, but I don't know that industry at all.
1 Mar 19, 02:11 PM
Sorelle
Still wish I could have made it in person! 20/20 hindsight, I could have logged on from the ferry and still made the rest of the presentations.