Leading milk quality experts from around the world will deliver 15 short courses at the 2019 NMC Annual Meeting, January 29-February 1, in Savannah, Georgia. Short courses will only be held on Wednesday, January 30. Up to 10 continuing education credits can be earned in just 1 day.
Wednesday, January 30, 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Course 1: Using Rapid Culture Systems to Guide Selective Treatment of Clinical Mastitis and at Dry?off
Course 2: Healthy Dairy Farming with Less Antimicrobial Use – Yes, We Can!
Course 3: An Organized Approach to Developing a Long?term Action Plan for Herds with Poor Teat Ends
Course 4: Practical Mastitis Problem?solving Workshop (Only 6 spots left!)
Course 5: NMC Procedures for Evaluating Vacuum Levels and Air Flow I (Features the Teaching Parlor)
Wednesday, January 30, 12:30-3:30 p.m./4:30 p.m.
Course 6: Milk Bugs Like It Raw: Basic Milk Bacteriology for Professionals
Course 7: Managing Large Dairies: The Consultant’s Role
Course 8: How to Create a Culture of Excellence in Dairies (taught in Spanish)
Course 9: Mastitis and Pain
Course 10: 7 Point Plan for Mastitis Control (ends at 4:30 p.m.)
Course 11: Helping Clients Develop an Udder Health Management Strategy Using PCDART (ends at 4:30 p.m.)
Course 12: NMC Procedures for Evaluating Vacuum Levels and Air Flow II (Features the Teaching Parlor)
Wednesday, January 30, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Course 13: The Why, What, When and How of Mastitis Therapy
Course 14: How to Create a Culture of Excellence in Dairies
Course 15: Clean in Place and Slug Analysis Monitoring and Analysis (Features the Teaching Parlor)
For more details, including course descriptions and courses instructors’ names and affiliations, go to: http://meeting.nmconline.org/index.php/short-courses
Reminder: The short courses have limited enrollment, with many reaching capacity before the “early bird” registration deadline (January 6, 2019). Register today, so you’re not disappointed that your first-choice course is no longer available.