Food animal veterinarians are invited to a one-day seminar on April 24 to learn how hazard analysis and critical points control (HACCP) can guide on-farm drug use. In cooperation with the Wisconsin VMA, OVMA will present a proven, six-step plan for proper drug use on dairy and beef cattle operations. During this one-day workshop, you will be provided with skills and tool sets that will allow you to better serve your clients in the food production system.
To learn more about the workshop and to register, and to see what other seminars are being offered, please visit the OVMA Workshops & One-Day Programs page.
This calf was born at the 2010 Ohio State Fair.
The OVMA invites all Fair-goers to stop by the Veterinary Education & Birthing Center, located in the Wick Pavilion at the Ohio State Fair.
OVMA members and students will be on site to answer questions, and live demonstrations will be taking place Wednesday through Sunday at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Visitors will even have a chance to witness a live birth.
Dr. Yardley of the Feeder Creek Veterinary Clinic will be tweeting live at the fair and posting pictures of the animals. Follow Feeder Creek on Twitter and stay tuned to the OVMA Twitter feed as well for updates.
OVMA member volunteers will once again offer live demos.
The fair runs through Sunday, Aug. 7. For more details, visit the Ohio State Fair website.