Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dairy Team Host “Virtual Chat 2” to Discuss Latest Information On HPAI In Ruminants

The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dairy Team is hosting another “Virtual Chat” to discuss the latest information on the mystery illness effecting dairy cows on Wednesday, May 1 at 7 pm.

The knowledge on the illness is growing almost hourly, so this program will discuss the latest information on the HPAI infection effecting dairy ruminant herds and poultry flocks. The agenda includes:

  • Pat Gorden DVM, ISU Veterinary College Field Services:  History of the disease and practicing veterinarians’ perspective
  • Drew Magstadt DVM, ISU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory:  Perspectives on diagnostic tests
  • Yuko Sato DVM, ISU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory:  What is HPAIV?  What can the dairy industry learn from the poultry industry?
  • Jeff Kaisand DVM, Iowa State Veterinarian:  State’s perspective on HPAIV in dairy ruminants.
  • Danelle Bickett-Weddle DVM, owner of Preventalytics:  Protecting Your Dairy Herd
  • Q&A

Producers, dairy consultants, and industry reps are encouraged to attend the free virtual chat at 7 pm on Wednesday, May 1. No registration is required.

Please click this URL to join.

https://go.iastate.edu/BOVINEA

password: 904903

For more information, contact Dr. Phillip Jardon, Iowa State Extension Dairy Veterinary at  515.294.7424 or pjardon@iastate.edu; or Dr. Gail Carpenter, at 515-294-9085 or ajcarpen@iastate.edu.

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