Seminars

“Everyone was delighted to meet you and thoroughly enjoyed your talk! We’ve shied away from “nutritionists” because, you’re right, most are just pushing a product. Thanks for including info on how horses digest food…flew over some heads but very helpful for the rest of us LOL!

I’ll get your Facebook info out to our membership…and oh yeah… – Flo On behalf of the Loomis Basin Horseman’s Association

Dr. Thunes is a gifted and sought after speaker with a knack for communicating technical material in a way that you can understand.  She is equally comfortable presenting in front of other professionals at technical symposia and large crowds at events such as the Western States Horse Expo as she is in your living room with your friends from the barn.  Her content is fact based and refreshing in that its goal is to broaden your knowledge and understanding of equine nutrition not generate product sales.

Dr. Thunes is a guest lecturer teaching equine nutrition to the freshman veterinary students at the University Of California Davis School Of Veterinary Medicine as well as the Department of Animal Science.

Suggestions of popular seminar topics are provided below.  If you do not see a topic that you feel would be a good fit for your needs please contact Dr. Thunes so that she can design something specifically for your audience.

Example Seminar Topics

6 Simple Ways to Improve Health and Performance Through Nutrition

Understanding Forages and Feeds

Commercial Feeds and Supplements.  Which to Use When?

Managing You Horse’s Weight

Feeding and Management of Your Senior Horse

From Conception to Champion.  Feeding Your Foal

Dr. Thunes has been invited to speak at the following major events in 2012:

Horse Expo Pomona

Gavilan Dressage Chapter Education Day

Circle Oak Equine Health Day

UC Davis Holistic Veterinary Medicine Symposium

Sign up for our newsletter to stay informed of when Dr. Thunes may be speaking at a location near you, and to have Dr. Thunes speak to your group, contact us today to secure your preferred date.