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Holsteins in feedlot.
Holsteins in feedlot.
(File Photo)

September 29, 2020
1:00 PM CDT

Bovine veterinarians Dr. Kayla Clark and Dr. Kent Fenton will discuss how they are addressing Salmonella with dairy and beef producers through education, diagnostics, treatment and control measures. The increasing prevalence of Salmonella, particularly Salmonella Dublin, is a challenge to both dairy and beef producers, and veterinarians are stepping up to proactively address this infection.

This webinar has been approved for an hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

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