What could be better than tailgating at and attending the Spring Kansas State University football game? A free beef cattle continuing education seminar put on by the KSU Student Chapter of American Association of Bovine Practitioners the day before in Manhattan, Kan.

Join students and veterinarians at the KSU Student AABP Chapter Spring Beef Seminar. Learn about the latest in bovine health and welfare, network with practitioners and students and earn complimentary continuing education credits.

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. To register or for additional information or questions, contact the Office of Continuing Education and Events at 785-532-4528 or meganlk@vet.k-state.edu.

Friday, April 27

3:00 pm – Introduction and welcome:  Adam Hatesohl, President, Student Chapter of AABP

3:15 pm  – If I could be a student again, I would…..Dr. Travis McCarty

3:45 pm – What new graduates do/don’t know, what they better know, Dr. Nels Lindberg

4:15 pm – What is the future role of a cow/calf practitioner, Dr. Mark Hilton

4:45 pm – Using the BQA welfare assessment tool in practice , Dr. Dave Sjeklocha

5:15 pm – Getting students the right experiences, Dr. Scott Morey

5:45 pm – Supper provided

6:00 pm – Antibiotic issues and bovine practice update, Dr. Mike Apley

6:30 pm – Preconditioning: Does it pay? Dr. Mark Hilton

7:00 pm to – Facts about the Veterinary Medical Loan Repayment Program, Dr. John Thomson

7:30 pm – Animals and natural resources, Dr. Dan Upson

8:00 pm – Round table discussion on future of bovine practice, Drs. Dave Rethorst, Wade Taylor, Shan Holman, Stan Perry

9:00 pm – Social (Aggieville, location TBD)

Saturday, April 28

10 am – AABP Alumni Tailgate and Barbeque (stadium parking lot)

 1 pm – Spring Football game