Latest News From AABP

Manage Your Rural Practice for Success AABP Workshops Get Funding

The workshops are tailored for recent veterinary graduates who are looking to buy/build a practice, those needing support. Applications must be submitted online and are due by 5 p.m. (EST) December 16, 2022.

Voting Opens for AABP 2023 Vice President

Drs. Jessica Gernhard and Callie Willinham, respectively, are on the ballot. Learn more about each candidate here.

AABP Conference 'Gathers The Herd' for Networking and Continuing Education

New initiatives include the first ever salary survey currently being conducted by AABP for bovine veterinarians, work with the Veterinary Hope Foundation and the AABP Virtual Support Group for virtual mental health.

New Cattle Vaccination Guidelines Offered by AABP

The 32-page document can help veterinarians counsel beef and dairy clients on vaccination strategies. Included are vaccine label information, categories, core vaccines, storage and handling recommendations and more.

Hats Off to Veterinary Student Award Recipients

Congratulations to the recipients of top honors in the student case presentation competition and, also, the research summaries graduate student awards.

Top Honors Awarded to AABP Dairy and Beef Veterinarians

Prestigious awards were given to several bovine veterinarians at the American Association of Bovine Practitioners 2021 54th Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

2022 AABP Recent Graduate Conference Registration is Open

The theme, “Profoundly Impactful”, was developed to offer newer veterinary graduates content that would help inspire new ideas for ways they can better serve cattle, clients and their communities.

Ready For The AABP Conference? Preregistration ends Sept. 2!

Register now for the 2021 54th AABP Annual Conference, October 7-9, in Salt Lake City, Utah. You can attend in-person or via livestreaming.

Registration Opens for the 2021 AABP Annual Conference, Theme Is 'Science With Practice'

The AABP annual conference is slated for Oct. 7-9 and will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. The conference will offer 22.50 continuing education credits, as well as both in-person and virtual participation.

Margaret Masterson, DVM, addresses bovine veterinarians during the 2020 AABP Recent Graduate Conference.
Register Now For The 2021 AABP Recent Veterinary Graduate Conference

The conference theme is Building Resources for Life. It was developed to offer newer graduates information and skills to help them feel more knowledgeable and confident in their clinical practice.

American Association of Bovine Practitioners
Check Out What's New From The AABP

A major mission of AABP is to provide its members with relevant bovine continuing education. Here is a handful of the highlights from the past few months.

Through a 2017 partnership with the Texas A&M University Medical Services Library, the Bovine Practitioner issues were scanned and digitized to provide high-quality searchable scans.
AABP, Texas A&M Create Bovine Practitioner Article Archive

Peer-reviewed articles on cattle health, science and management published in the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Bovine Practitioner publication are available free online.

Proposals may address beef, dairy or both, and an effort will be made to award one beef and one dairy grant.
AABP Request for 2020 Proposals

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Foundation announces the availability of two grants supporting clinical research in cattle. Each grant will be for up to $25,000.

The program, featuring a keynote address from Dr. W. Mark Hilton on “Confidence,” is packed with 15.5 RACE-approved CE credits on general dairy, cow-calf, and feedlot medicine and surgery, clinical skills and production and consulting topics.
Recent Grads: Build Your Confidence

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners will host its third conference targeted to the information needs of recent veterinary graduates.

2019 Amtutz Scholarship Fund Recipients. (L-R): AABP Amstutz Chair Dr. Callie Willingham, AustinWenck, Megan Oswald, Shelbey Nagle, KaraLyn Lonngren, Liz Forker, Grace Ertle, Jonathan Richardson, AABPFoundation Chair Dr. Virginia Fajt
AABP Student Members Collect $275,000 in Scholarships and Awards

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners helps veterinary students and young graduate veterinarians prepare for the future.

AABP presented its prestigious Bovine Practitioner of the Year award  to Dr. Arn Anderson, Bowie, Texas,
AABP Honors Dairy and Beef Veterinarians

Prestigious awards were given to several bovine veterinarians at the American Association of Bovine Practitioners 2019 52nd Annual Conference in St. Louis, Mo.

Meals and breaks offer networking and fellowship opportunities to complement conference educational programs.
Coming to AABP this week? Don’t forget these things!

This week’s 2019 52nd AABP Annual Conference in St. Louis, Mo., is ready to offer you great CE, entertainment, networking and fellowship with your peers and colleagues in the industry.

Don’t miss out on high-quality CE, networking, discovering new products in the Exhibit Hall and relaxing with old and new friends at social events.
Register this Week for 2019 AABP Conference

Preregister for the 2019 52nd AABP Annual Conference by this Thursday, August 15, and save on registration fees.

Early registration for the AABP Annual Conference Sept. 12-14 ends Aug. 15. Find out more about the 2019 52nd AABP Annual Conference in St. Louis, Mo., at  
AABP Opens Registration for 2019 Annual Conference

St. Louis hosts 52nd conference with the theme: “Gateway to Success.”