The American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners (AASRP) and American Dairy Goat Association will offer veterinary continuing education program at the ADGA Annual Convention November 13-14, 2021 at the El Conquistador Tucson, Arizona. This is an regular feature of each ADGA Annual Convention.
All ADGA Annual Convention attendees are welcome to attend the veterinary program. AASRP program attendees and their families will be able to take advantage of concurrent ADGA activities including the youth program, ADGA Spotlight Sale, judges training and event banquets (registration with or without these meals will be available).
Speakers and titles for the AASRP Program. Presentations are anticipated to be a combination of in-person and virtual. Times will be updated as they become available.
|National Scrapie Eradication Program Updates|
ID and Movement Requirements for Sheep & Goats
|Dr. Charles Gaiser, DVM, USDA APHIS, Raleigh, NC|
|Goat NAHMS 2019 – Overview & Preliminary Findings|
Ag Tourism on US Goat Operations – Current findings, public health implications, recommended best practices.
|Dr. Natalie Urie, USDA, APHIS, Fort Collins, CO|
|Genetic Resistance as a Tool for Disease Control|
Progress towards Q Fever vaccines for humans and livestock.
|Dr. Stephen White, USDA ARS, Pullman, WA|
|Health and Nutrition Management for Improved Milk Quality for Cheese Production||Dr. Anne Jones, DVM, Latte da Dairy, Flower Mound, TX|
|Veterinary Care of Livestock Protection Dogs||Dr Ann Jones, and Ms. Tamara Taylor, TX|
|Social Distancing & Infectious Disease Control in Small Ruminants: A Fresh Look at an Old Concept|
Dystocia Management in Small Ruminants
|Dr. Joan Dean Rowe, School of Veterinary, University of California, Davis, CA|
|Applications of EID and Health Data Management in Practice |
Coccidiosis Management and Control
|Dr. Roselle Busch, Cooperative Extension Specialist in Sheep & Goat Health Management, University of California, Davis, CA|
|Field Surgeries in Goat Practice||Dr. Fauna Smith, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA|
|Clinical Case Panel & Discussions |
Diagnosis and Management of Challenging Cases
|Speaker panel and contributing veterinarians (DVM & RVT attendees only)|
|Veterinary Accreditation Module programming (pending)|
Registration is open online now and will close October 20, 2021. Registration >>