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This episode is the second in a series of Have You Herd? podcasts discussing the publication in Zoonoses and Public Health published in November 2020. We are joined by lead author, Dr. Nora Schrag, along with co-authors Dr. Mike Apley and Dr. Sandra Godden. We continue to discuss the antimicrobial use quantification in dairy cows and dive deeper in…
 
This episode is the first in a series of Have You Herd? podcasts discussing the publication in Zoonoses and Public Health published in November 2020. We are joined by Dr. Mike Apley to discuss this project that looked at possibilities of how we might collect antimicrobial use data. This project was a collaboration between the researchers, FDA and U…
 
The Recent Grad Program Committee joins us today to talk about the upcoming 4th AABP Recent Veterinary Graduate Conference which will take place February 12-13, 2021 in St. Louis, Missouri. The program committee consists of chair Dr. Aaron Pospisil, dairy coordinator Dr. Blaine Melody, cow-calf coordinator Dr. Lesley Moser, and feedlot coordinator …
 
In this episode, Mr. Josh Tanguay, a clinical psychologist and licensed therapist who is married to an AABP member, discusses mental illness. We are all aware that veterinarians suffer increased rates of mental illness. Clinical depression and anxiety are mental illnesses and society has stigmatized those suffering from mental illness. Josh discuss…
 
In this episode, Dr. Fred Gingrich discusses the Feed Saved trait with Dr. Kent Weigel. Dr. Weigel has been involved with genomic research in cattle and discusses the research on this newly identified genetic prediction. Feed Saved looks at a cow’s maintenance cost and her residual feed intake (RFI). RFI predicts if a cow is consuming more that her…
 
AABP members Dr. Ron Erskine and Dr. Roger Thomson discuss milk ejection with Dr. Fred Gingrich. Only 10% of the milk is in the cistern with the remainder requiring ejection from the alveolar component of the udder due to the effects of oxytocin. We discuss how a properly timed pre-milking routine can delay milk ejection and how this delay affects …
 
Join us for a new conversation about a common disease! Dr. Kathryn Bach is an AABP member on faculty at Cornell University and in this episode, she discusses some of the current research and intervention strategies to manage hyperketonemia on dairy farms. Up to 80% of cows with hyperketonemia can be clinically normal. We review testing protocols fo…
 
Listen in as AABP Executive Director Dr. Fred Gingrich is joined by 2021 AABP candidates for AVMA Delegate, Dr. Bryan Halteman and Dr. Hunter Lang. Each candidate provides their background and professional activities to introduce themselves to our members. They are asked how their membership in AABP has impacted their career, what role they envisio…
 
Listen in as AABP Executive Director Dr. Fred Gingrich is joined by 2021 Vice-President candidates Dr. Randall Spare and Dr. Michael Capel. Each candidate provides their background and professional activities to introduce themselves to our members. They are asked how their membership in AABP has impacted their career, what they would say to a bovin…
 
Although veterinarians may not be administering individual treatment to clinical, recumbent milk fever cases, there are many opportunities for us to be involved with preventing, monitoring, and developing protocols for treatment of hypocalcemia. In this episode, AABP Executive Director Dr. Fred Gingrich is joined by Dr. Jess McArt, a clinician and …
 
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