Upcoming Dairy Cattle Webinars

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The following sessions have each been approved for one CEU credit from ARPAS. To receive credit for participating in these webinars, you must report your participation on www.arpas.org or by emailing Kelsey Grant at KelseyG@assochq.org

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Webinars

These webinars are geared toward bringing pertinent information to dairy producers, extension educators, allied industry professionals, and veterinarians across the United States.

 

Causes and Implications of Subclinical Hypocalcemia

November 11, 2014

Jesse Goff, DVM, Ph.D.

In this session, Dr. Goff will define subclinical hypocalcemia and its causes. He will also discuss the implications of subclinical hypocalcemia on cow health, with some emphasis on immune suppression.

 

Treatment and Prevention of Subclinical Hypocalcemia

December 16, 2014

Garret Oetzel, Ph.D.

Dr. Oetzel will cover methods for both prevention and control of subclinical hypocalcemia.

 

 


To Attend These Sessions:

Sessions will be recorded and archived here, to be available for those who could not attend the live session.

All of our live sessions will be conducted via Adobe Connect. To attend a live session you will need to:

  1. Go to Connect at the appointed time for the webinar you wish to attend
  2. Select "Enter as a Guest"
  3. Type your name in the box; if you are attending as part of a group, please indicate at the end of the name how many people are in the group, including yourself.
  4. Click "Enter" to join the webinar
  5. Once you enter the meeting room, the audio portion of the webinar will come through your computer speakers. All you will need to do to hear the presentation is enter the meeting room and ensure that your speakers are on.


Note: You may use this test link at any time before the meeting to confirm your computer's ability to connect to the Adobe Connect session.