makes moving pigs easier and less stressful for both
handlers and pigs.
have been teaching since
2000 through conferences, presentations, workshops, on site coaching,
on-line training, and training videos.
Our training has helped handlers:
- reduce the time required to do routine pig moving tasks
- reduce or eliminate the use of energized electric prods
- reduce workplace injuries
- improve workplace morale and reduced staff turnover
- reduce trim and death losses
- pass third party packing plant welfare
At the request of our transport clients, DNL Farms developed a and made it available online.
Trucking company trainers can register as facilitators to direct and monitor
the progress of their trainees.
A good high speed connection is required for this
course as video is used throughout. We demonstrate: factors that affect
pig movement in the trailer, animal welfare audit requirements that
apply to truckers, and methods
being used to load and unload all sections of a pot belly trailer. Access
this course at www.dnlfarmstraining.com
Trucker Quality Assurance Advisor
"As a TQA® advisor, I really value the concepts that Nancy explains
to handlers. When the movement is easier for the pigs, it is much more enjoyable
for the people as well."
Our blog at www.lowstresspighandling.com contains over 50 articles which can be accessed through that site's archives.