The conference will feature Dr. Dusty W. Nagy, Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Missouri presenting topics including dermatology, Haemonchus (barber pole worm) infestation in camelids and appropriate use of drugs and procedures on the farm. The day's program will also feature presentations by: Dr. Ronette Gehring on antimicrobial selection and use, Dr. Matt Miesner on colic in camelids, Dr. David Anderson on reproductive surgery and nutritional management, and Dr. Meredyth Jones on diagnosing and managing poor‐growing crias.
New to the 2010 conference!
Sessions on non‐medical issues related to camelid farm management. These include an interactive session with Drs. J. Bruce Prince and Jeff Hornsby from the College of Business Administration on problem solving strategies for managing farm business and a session with P. Bernard Irvine, an attorney with expertise in premises liability, discussing legal issues related to farm visitors and agritourism.
Mara Conference Center, Trotter Hall, College of Veterinary Medicine
1800 Denison Avenue, Manhattan, KS
A parking permit is required to park on campus. A permit and parking instructions will be sent to registrants to use at the College of Veterinary Medicine a week before the event. This permit should be displayed on the dashboard of your vehicle throughout the conference.