Are you attending the Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course on Aug. 5-7?
If so, here’s an opportunity for veterinarians to also earn nine hours of continuing education credit.
On Sunday, Aug. 4, the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory will sponsor a free one-day seminar for veterinarians in Room 110/111 of the John J. Koldus Services Building on the Texas A&M University campus.
The agenda includes presentations about:
- Epizootic hemorrhagic disease in cattle: our current understanding.
- Newly developed diagnostic tests for epizootic hemorrhagic disease.
- An update on bovine trichomoniasis with a roundtable discussion.
- Bovine vial diarrhea’s effect on reproductive loss.
- Genetic influence on parasite resistance of sheep.
- Bovine anaplasmosis.
- Short-legged ticks.
There is no registration fee. A boxed lunch will be served.
To register, contact Dr. Tom Hairgrove at firstname.lastname@example.org or (979) 458 3216.
DIRECTIONS: The Koldus Building is located on the corner of Houston Street and Joe Routt Blvd., just to the east of Kyle Field and across the street from Rudder Tower. Take George Bush Drive to Houston Street. Follow Houston Street to the University Center Garage, which will appear on your right before you reach Houston Street. The garage accepts public parking and is attached to the Koldus Building.