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Montana State University Equine Conference

 

April 2012 issue

       The annual Montana State University Equine Conference will be held April 21, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Bozeman , MT at the GranTree Inn. The event will feature seminars, a large trade show, and yough sessions.

            A conference highlight will be the Catlin Memorial Lecture featuring Stephen M. Reed, DVM, DACVIM speaking on “Neurologic Diseases of Horses.”

            Dr. Reed is a graduate of, and retired emeritus professor at Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and practices in Lexington, Kentucky.

            He is considered a world expert on equine neurology and has written more than 150 articles on “wobbler” syndrome, equine protazoal myelitis, head trauma and neurologic examination. Dr. Reed will discuss the recent outbreaks of Equine Herpes (EHV-1) and other neurologic diseases.

            There will also be breakout sessions with equine experts on many subjects, including lameness; forage analysis; alternative therapies; geriatric horse care; managing estrus cycles in mares for breeding and performance; body condition scoring; introduction to reined cowhorse competition; vaccination protocols; and parasite control.

            Sessions specifically designed for youth, 4-H and FFA participants include horsemanship and husbandry; preparing to show; working in the horse industry; and the MSU equine science program.

            Admission includes a luncheon, refreshments and door prizes. Admission before April 9 will be $45 for adults and $25 for students. After April 9 or at the door, admission will be $60 for adults and $40 for students.

            For tickets, send your name, contact info and fee to MSU Conference, Animal and Range Sciences, PO Box 172900, Bozeman, MT 59717-2900.

            For more information, contact Animal Science Department Administrative Associate, Julie Hager, at 406-994-7953, jhager@montana.edu, or visit http://animalrangeextension.montana.edu/equine/equine.htm.

 

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