The Central West Local Land Services is holding a workshop to share successful tips for early weaning.
The preparing for early weaning workshop will be held in Dubbo on Friday, August 23.
It will be run by senior land services officer (livestock) Sue Street and district veterinarian Sarah Maher.
"If you're thinking of early weening they are an awesome resource," Dr Maher said.
The LLS will provide technical information on weaning, including tips and information on animal health. Producers have also been lined up to share the lessons they learnt when early weaning in 2018.
ALSO MAKING NEWS:
"It'll be very relaxed. It'll be a conversation between all of us. I have a lot of technical information to offer but farmers have just as much in experience and what they've tried that has and hasn't worked," Dr Maher said.
"I learn as much from them as they learn from me."
Dr Maher said anyone attending was welcome to contribute to the discussion with their questions or comments.
"They get just as much from people saying 'I tried this and it didn't work' or 'I tried this and I had this problem' and then old mate over here is like 'I had that problem and I did this and it fixed it'," she said.
Central West LLS is holding the workshops across the region, from Merrygoen to Lake Cargelligo.
The two hour workshop will be held from 9am on August 23.
RSVP to senior land services officer Sue Street by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0448 508 625.
More information, including the dates of the other early weaning workshops, can be found on the Central West Local Land Services Facebook page.