TVMDL Plans BRD Conference

West Texas A&M University will host the conference in Canyon, Texas.
West Texas A&M University will host the conference in Canyon, Texas.

Early registration is now open for the 3rd Annual Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostics Laboratory (TVDML) Amarillo Bovine Respiratory Disease Conference. The one-day event is scheduled July 7 at West Texas A&M University in Canyon.

The conference will offer attendees the opportunity to learn about recent advances in BRD research from industry experts in addition to 7 TBVME CEUs. For more information including registration, visit the conference website.



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