Missouri Swine Health Symposium to Highlight Latest in Herd Health

( National Pork Board and the Pork Checkoff )

From feral pigs to African swine fever economics, the sixth-annual Missouri Swine Health Symposium, hosted by the Missouri Pork Association, will offer a variety of topics to increase your knowledge of animal health and the pork industry. The symposium will take place Tuesday, July 23 at The Pork Place on the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia, Mo. 
Topics include:
Insight and Perspective from the State Veterinarian by Steve Strubberg, DVM
What about MYCO? By Amy Maschoff, DVM
Feral Pigs - A Ticking Timebomb by Brent Vandeloecht and Steve Strubberg, DVM
The Latest Diagnosis - Current issues in the Field by R.C. Ebert, DVM; Matt Patterson, DVM; Pete Lasley, DVM; and Amy Maschoff, DVM
The MU Diagnostic Laboratory - The Place to Test! by Lauren Delaney, DVM; and Clark Fobian, DVM
National Pork Producers Council Programs and Issues by Tyler Bettin
Area/Regional Control by Cory Bromfield, DVM
National Pork Board Programs and Issues by Rob Christine
Market Outlook and Dealing with African Swine Fever Economics by Scott Brown, PhD
The Symposium has been approved for six continuing education credits by the Missouri Veterinary Medical Board. To view complete details and register online, visit mopork.com/education/missouri-swine-health-symposium.

Lunch at the Pork Place will feature grilled chops and all the trimmings, provided by Bob and Patty Wheeler.

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