Beef Veterinarians Annual Update at ISU McNay Farm May 15

 
 

CHARITON, Iowa – The annual Update for Veterinarians program, organized and provided by the Iowa Beef Center, features a full day of education and information focused on beef cattle. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach beef specialist Joe Sellers coordinates the program and invites practitioners who work with cattle to make plans now to attend the event Tuesday, May 15 at the Iowa State University McNay Research Farm near Chariton.
“We’re pleased to have eight speakers from Iowa State University and ISU Extension and Outreach share current information,” Sellers said. “This program is an opportunity for our veterinary colleagues to get in-depth and up-to-date information on topics including low stress handling, health considerations for grazing cover crops and Johnes and BRD updates. Also, we’ve requested six hours of continuing education credits.”
Those who preregister by May 14 will pay $65 per person, which includes the noon meal. Those who register onsite will pay $85. All registrations are done through the Lucas County Extension Office in Chariton.
Registration begins at 9 a.m. at the McNay headquarters with the first speaker starting at 9:15 a.m. A catered meal will be served at noon. The program is expected to end at 4 p.m.
The brochure with a fillable registration form is available on the IBC website. For more information, contact Joe Sellers by phone at 641-203-1270 or by email at sellers@iastate.edu.
The topics and speakers in presentation order are:

  • Beef cattle genetics update, Pat Wall, extension beef specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach
  • BRD update, Dr. Vickie Cooper, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine
  • Johne Beef cattle genetics update, Pat Wall, extension beef specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach
  • BRD update, Dr. Vickie Cooper, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine
  • Johnes update, Dr. Amanda Kreuder, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine
  • McNay rye grazing project, Rebecca Vittetoe, extension agronomist with ISU Extension and Outreach; Erika Lundy, program specialist with Iowa Beef Center
  • Health considerations for grazing cover crops, Dr. Chris Clark, extension beef specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach
  • Making low stress cattle handling work, Dr. Grant Dewell, extension beef veterinarian with ISU Extension and Outreach
  • Vaccination of the young beef calf ins update, Dr. Amanda Kreuder, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine
  • McNay rye grazing project, Rebecca Vittetoe, extension agronomist with ISU Extension and Outreach; Erika Lundy, program specialist with Iowa Beef Center
  • Health considerations for grazing cover crops, Dr. Chris Clark, extension beef specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach
  • Making low stress cattle handling work, Dr. Grant Dewell, extension beef veterinarian with ISU Extension and Outreach
  • Vaccination of the young beef calf in the face of maternal antibodies, Dr. Terry Engelken, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine

Lunch will be catered by Thelma Saxton with Cater 2 U of Chariton.

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About the Authors: 

Joe Sellers

Extension Beef Specialist
641-203-1270
sellers@iastate.edu
 

Sherry Hoyer

Iowa Beef Center | Iowa Pork Industry Center
515-294-4496
shoyer@iastate.edu
 
 

 

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