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

Get ready for Salt Lake City.
Get ready for Salt Lake City.
(Conference Center Photo)

Are you excited about the thought of a great in-person (as well as virtual) AABP annual conference? Can’t wait to attend a wonderful meeting that will bring us closer to normal with colleagues, peers, great speakers, exhibitors and events? Then register for the 2021 54th AABP Annual Conference, October 7-9, in Salt Lake City, Utah!

With the theme of “Science with Practice,” the conference will feature all of your favorites – great beef and dairy sessions, clinical skills, practice management, student sessions as well as preconference seminars, clinical forums, research summaries and sessions from NMPF and AASRP.

There will be 22.5 CE credits available. For those who can’t make it in person, a livestreaming virtual registration is also offered.

Events include the welcome reception, two breakfasts with speakers, lunches, a wine & cheese reception, student reception, annual silent and live Amstutz auction, Quiz Bowl, 5K Stampede Fun Run and more! Meet your new AABP vice president candidates Dr. Fred Muller and Dr. Dave Sjeklocha.

Families are welcome! AABP will provide a mother’s room, childcare room and, new this year, a complimentary registration for a childcare giver.

Find all information including schedule, registration, hotel and more at, under the Conference tab click on Annual Conference. Early registration ends September 2!

For registration issues or questions, email #AABP2021



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