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Bovine Veterinarians 'Faced the Future Together' at AABP's Annual Conference
  (AUBURN, Alabama) Sept. 20, 2016 -- It was a successful turnout of veterinarians and veterinary students at the 49th Annual Conference of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Sept. 15-17 in Charlotte, N.C., last week. The 2016 theme was 'Facing the Future Together.'

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Dairy and beef veterinarians receive top honors at AABP
  (AUBURN, Alabama)September 20, 2016 -- The top honor for the Bovine Practitioner of the Year award from the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) was given to Dr. Frank Schenkels, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia, Canada, at the 2016 AABP Annual Conference in Charlotte, N.C.,Sept. 15-17.

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Almost $250,000 in scholarships/awards given at AABP
 

(AUBURN, Alabama)September 20, 2016 -- Almost $250,000in scholarships and other awards were given to veterinary students and graduate veterinarians at the 2016 49th Annual Conference of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners held Sept. 15-17 in Charlotte, N.C. The awards, funded by AABP members, AABP partners and the AABP Foundation, will enable recipients to further pursue their careers in bovine medicine.


AABP Announces New Executive Vice President, Dr. Fred Gingrich
  (AUBURN, ALA.) March 31, 2016 Ohio veterinarian will lead the organization when Dr. M. Gatz Riddell, Jr., retires in December.



Proper Drug Use Guidelines for Bovine Practice Available From AABP
  The American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) has created Drug Use Guidelines for Bovine Practice to assist beef and dairy veterinarians in guiding appropriate, effective and legal drugs use on cattle operations.

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`Measuring the Impact of Your Value Proposition` Webinar Available from AABP
  AABP offers the fourth webinar in a four-part series on practice management, called `Measuring the Impact of Your Value Proposition.` Following the first three webinars `Marketing Your Value Proposition`, `Constructing a Value Proposition` and `Partial Budgeting`, this webinar offers the viewer advice on how to apply strategic and analytical tool to evaluate financial data, identify opportunities and plan for a future of improved success.

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Marketing Your Value Proposition Webinar Available from AABP
  March 26, 2014 The American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) offers the third webinar in a four-part series on practice management, called `Marketing Your Value Proposition.` Following the first two, `Constructing a Value Proposition` and `Partial Budgeting`, this webinar offers the viewer advice on how to market his/her services to clients.

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AABP Releases 'Constructing a Value Proposition' Webinar
 

First in a four-part webinar series, this information is designed to help bovine practitioners identify and market the value of their practices.

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AABP Releases 'Partial Budgeting' Webinar
 

Building off of its first webinar, this second session will
help veterinarians determine the value of a service.

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AABP Creates Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR) Guidelines
 

(AUBURN, Alabama) November 20, 2013 The American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) offers its members and other beef and dairy veterinarians newly created guidelines for effective veterinary-client-patient relationships (VCPR). The two-page guidelines, Establishing and Maintaining the Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship in Bovine Practice, are meant to assist veterinarians in developing more comprehensive relationships with their cattle-producing clients.

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