In-Lieu of Ranching Opportunities and Ladies livestock Lessons


February 2nd & 4th

 The Red-Bow Ranching Conference 

Ranching for a New Era

2021 Red-Bow

Ranching Conference

We have decided to host our annual events, Ranching Opportunities and Ladies Livestock Lessons a little differently this year by combining them on a virtual platform. We hope that you will join us on-line and that we will be back together in-person for 2022!

Speaker Information

More information coming soon!

was born and raised in southern Ohio where she was actively involved in her family’s commercial cow-calf operation and 4-H. Dr. Elizabeth’s interest in beef production led her to Ohio State where she completed a BScAg in 2008 and was honored as an All American for Intercollegiate Livestock Judging. She went on to earn a DVM at Ohio State in 2012 and spent one year in beef cattle practice in western Iowa before attending graduate school at the University of Calgary. During the three-year program, Dr. Elizabeth completed a MSc degree and Clinical Residency in beef production medicine and was inducted into the Canadian Cattlemen’s Young Leader program. She completed several rotations for her residency at VAHS and officially joined the team in 2016. In 2019, Dr. Elizabeth was awarded Food Animal Educator of the Year by WVC, named AABP's Emerging Leader, and became a partner at VAHS. Dr. Elizabeth is also a board-certified specialist in beef cattle practice through the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners and has a strong interest in cow-calf and feedlot production medicine and consulting, as well as, applied research. Dr. Elizabeth also ranches west of Crossfield and runs a herd of commercial Red Simm-Angus and purebred Red Simmental cattle.

Dr. Elizabeth Homerosky 

Agenda & Registration

Register now to be entered into the early bird draw (ends January 15th)


February 2nd (1:00pm to 3:30pm)

Click here to Register for February 2nd


When Minerals Go Bad

Dr. Elizabeth Homerosky, Veterinary Agri-Health Services  


20 Years of Riparian Management Solutions

Ken Lewis, Red Deer County ALUS Coordinator 

Kelsey Spicer-Rawe, Cows & Fish Riparian Specialist 


February 4th (1:00pm to 3:30pm)

Click here to Register for February 4th


Smart Ranch Innovations

Olds College Technology Access Centre for Livestock Production 

Orphan Wells on Your Ranch

Orphan Well Association

Direct Marketing Producer Panel

Ben & Stephanie Campbell, Grazed Right 

Lorin Doerksen, Gemstone Cattle Company 

Contact Information

Fallon Sherlock

Land Care Coordinator, Kneehill County

Ph: 403-443-5541


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