Minnesota Dairy Health Conference
May 18−20, 2016
Crowne Plaza Aire MSP Airport−Mall of America
The 2016 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference is an annual, world-class continuing education opportunity for people in the dairy industry. It provides participants with the opportunity to earn up to 20 CE credits while learning about the latest developments in dairy production science, health, nutrition, management, and food quality.
Presenters will once again include leading experts and dairy researchers from across the United States. Our featured keynote speaker is Dr. Randall Singer (University of Minnesota), who serves on the Presidential Advisory Committee to Combat Antimicrobial Resistant Bacteria. He will discuss Antibiotic Use and Antibiotic Resistance: A Not-So-Simple Relationship.
New this year is a reception and social hour on Thursday afternoon.
Participants can choose from two exciting workshops on Wednesday May 18, 2016:
- Morning session (4h CE): Use of DC305 for Assessment of Health Events on Dairy Farms
- Afternoon session (4h CE): Improving Feeding Management with TMR Audits
Who Should Attend
The 2016 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be of interest to dairy veterinarians, dairy industry professionals, and dairy producers.
Thank you to our generous sponsors
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College of Continuing Education, University of Minnesota