February 19, 2021
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
8 Credit Hours
This year’s West River Veterinary Medical Association meeting and the James Bailey Herd Health Conference will be held virtually. For those who are interested in attending both meetings the SDVMA is happy to offer a discounted rate. The price of both meetings for members of the SDVMA will be $125 and for non-members it will be $200.
8:00 am Russ Daly Introduction
8:10 am Chris Chase, SDSU – What should we expect immunologically from today’s beef cattle vaccines?
9:10 am George Perry, Texas A&M – Vaccinating for Reproductive Success: Current research on how vaccines may impact cow fertility
10:10 am Manuel Chamarro, Auburn – Vaccinating pregnant cows to optimize passive immunity in the baby beef calf
11:10 am Amelia Woolums, Mississippi State – Achieving active immunity in the young beef calf
12:10 pm Lunch Break – Updates from SDSU
1:00 pm Dustin Loy, Nebraska – Pinkeye Pathogen diversity and potential impacts on vaccination strategies
2:00 pm Jose Perez Casal, VIDO-Intervac – Mycoplasma bovis pathogenesis and immunity – vaccine implications
3:00 pm Brian Vander Ley, Nebraska – Current concepts in pre-weaning and feedlot vaccination programs
4:00 pm Chris Chase, SDSU – The future of beef cattle vaccines: Technology and Regulations
5:00 pm Adjourn
Cost to attend is $125 for SDVMA members and $200 for non members.