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Equine and food animal: Veterinary CE

BVD Control in Beef Herds (Sponsored by IDEXX)

January 17, 2011

In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Dr. Brad White will review case studies illustrating bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) prevalence and its impact on cow-calf herds. He will discuss control strategies based on client management practices and goals. (1 CE credit)

Locomotion Scoring in Dairy Cattle

December 7, 2010

After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Identify the changes in gait related to each stage of a 4 point and 5 point locomotion scoring system and understand which scoring system to use depending on purpose of scoring. 1 CE credit.

Measuring and assessing freestalls

December 7, 2010

After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Name and explain the function of the components of a freestall; measure a stall for assessment purposes; and predict how each component of the stall may influence cow use. 1 CE credit.

Reproductive Management of Swine

July 23, 2010

This course is designed to provide the veterinary practitioner with fundamental information on swine production. (2 CE credits)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Digestive System

July 23, 2010

Plants and their toxins that cause digestive diseases in livestock and horses are discussed in this course. (1 CE credit)

Toxic and Exotic Diseases of Swine

July 23, 2010

This course will enable veterinarians to describe the pathophysiology of the major infectious, nutritional, and toxic diseases of swine, as well as describe analogous diseases in other species. (1 CE credit)

Health Management of Miniature Pigs

July 23, 2010

This course covers various aspects of miniature pig medicine including behavior disorders, anesthesia of swine and common surgical problems. (2 CE credits)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Urinary and Hemic-Lymphatic Systems

July 23, 2010

In the first half of this course, you will become familiar with the important oxalate-containing plants that cause kidney disease in animals. The second half of this course deals with plants such as onions, sweet clover, red maple and bracken fern. (1 CE credit)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Causing Sudden Death

July 23, 2010

Plants associated with the sudden death of livestock are presented in this course. (2 CE credits)

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