Monday January 21st, 2008 at Red Deer, Red Deer Lodge
Tuesday January 22nd, 2008 at Edmonton, Mayfield Inn
Wednesday January 23rd, 2008 at Lloyminster, Best Western
Starting at Noon Monday February 4th, 2008 at Airdrie, Woodside Golf
Monday February 4th, 2008 at Lethbridge, Lethbridge Lodge
CALGARY, Jan. 18 /CNW/ -
Qualifies for 2 hours of AVMA Scientific Continuing Education Credits
6:00 pm Dinner
7:00 pm Presentation
RSVP: Milt LeBaron 1-800-263-5103 EXT 4421
Rob Tremblay DVM
Rob Tremblay Is a Technical Services Veterinarian with Boehringer
Ingeiheim (Canada) Ltd. He graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in
1982 and entered large animal practice in New Brunswick. After Receiving a
DVSc degree in 1988, he remained at OVC as a faculty member In the large
animal clinic until 1992. He has worked with the Ontario Ministry of
Agriculture and Food as a cattle health specialist. He spends much of his time
working on the control of infectious diseases of cattle.
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO BVD AND THE HERD SIRE
Protecting the cows is critical to preventing BVD but bulls can bring BVD
into a herd and spread it. This presentation is intended to review strategies
to reduce the herd risk from bulls.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BVD LABEL CLAIMS
The USDA and the CFIA control the claims that can be made for vaccines.
Knowing what's going into a specific label claim can help you understand the
protection that vaccines will provide.
For further information:
For further information: Milt LeBaron, 1-800-263-5103 EXT 4421