Upcoming AABP Webinars

Advocating for Agriculture 2.0: Utilizing Social Media to Amplify Your Voice
brought to you by the Membership Committee

Speaker: Kim Bremmer

Tuesday, June 16, 2020  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

The voice of the veterinary professional is too often lost in the anti-agriculture noise of today. Kim Bremmer, agriculture industry expert and recognized speaker will cover the basics of the most popular current social media platforms, as well as go over the most effective ways to use them to your advantage. Advocating for agriculture and amplifying your voice can no longer be ignored - it is an important and required service for your customers!

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Access Code: 126-669-989

Information Sources for the Bovine Veterinarian - How to Find Stuff You Can Use!

Speaker: Andre Nault

Tuesday, June 30, 2020  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

Andre Nault, veterinary librarian at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, will share veterinary-related information resources available for zero or low cost and demonstrate the best search and information management strategies specific for the bovine practitioner. An overview of how private practitioners can perform a literature search and access articles relevant to bovine practice to enhance evidence-based medicine will be explored and demonstrated.

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Access Code: 429-136-413

Genetic and Genomic Selection to Improve Livestock Health, Welfare and Productivity
brought to you by the ad hoc Genetics and Genomics Committee

Speaker: Bonnie Mallard

Tuesday, July 07, 2020  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

Dr. Bonnie Mallard, Ontario Veterinary College, will give a farm-to-fork perspective on how state-of-the-art genetic and genomics technologies play an important role in managing disease in livestock. The discussion will also include how these methods contribute to economically and environmentally sustainable food production, and how breeding livestock for resilience can be used by the cattle industry to improve livestock health and increase farm profit.

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Access Code: 814-711-829

Dairy Cattle Welfare: Making Better Decisions Sooner
brought to you by the Animal Welfare Committee

Speaker: Jen Walker

Tuesday, July 14, 2020  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

 This presentation by dairy welfare expert Dr. Jen Walker, who is responsible for Danone North America's animal welfare program, will review the most common nonconformities recorded at slaughter plants at arrival, the risk associated with this performance on the dairy industry and the impact on the cow. On-farm challenges as well as solutions will be discussed, including monitoring animal health cases and treatment decisions and the management of timely euthanasia. The objective of the session is to bring awareness to the criticality of timely euthanasia in all ages of cattle and the role of veterinarians in monitoring performance in this area in addition to ensuring fitness for transport.

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Access Code: 681-686-517

Genetic and Genomic Selection to Improve Livestock Health, Welfare and Productivity
brought to you by the Animal Welfare Committee

Speaker: Monique Pairis-Garcia

Tuesday, July 21, 2020  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

Dr. Monique Pairis-Garcia, North Carolina State University, will discuss defining timely euthanasia, producer perspectives on euthanasia, veterinarian perspectives on euthanasia, identifying cattle euthanasia criteria and timelines and where we go from here.

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Access Code: 523-277-165