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Kansas State University

Brad J. White


Brad White




Brad J. White, DVM
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences






Dr. Brad White graduated from veterinary school at the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1997. After graduation, he worked for six years in a mixed animal practice in southeast Missouri. Dr. White then joined the faculty at Mississippi State University and worked for two years in Beef Production Medicine concurrent with pursuit of his Masters degree.

Dr. White’s focus is beef production medicine and management with an emphasis in marketing programs and utilization of performance statistics to enhance production and net returns. Dr. White is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American College of Theriogenologists, and Academy of Veterinary Consultants.

Book Chapters:

D.U. Thomson, B.J. White. Backgrounding Beef Cattle. Veterinary Clinics of North America Food Animal Practice. In Press, 2006.


Jun 6, 2006 KSU-CVM June Conference Manhattan, KS
- Food Animal Practice Profitability

Apr 22, 2006 AABP Bovine Conference on Health and Production Manhattan, KS
- Value Capture from Individual Animal ID

Mar 3, 2006 Opportunities in Food Animal Medicine Symposium Manhattan, KS

Feb 21, 2006 Western Veterinary Conference Las Vegas, NV
- Post-Weaning Calf Wellness Management
- Applied BVD Management for Practitioners
- Utilization of Individual Animal Performance Information
- Profit Centers in Cow-Calf Practices

Feb 16, 2006 Mid-South Beef Stocker 101 for Veterinarians Clarksville, TN
- Role of veterinarians with stocker operations
- Stocker Cattle Wellness Management
- Stocker Cattle Disease Treatment and Management
- Management and record systems for stocker operations
- Value Capture for Veterinary Stocker Practices

Jan 11, 2006 North Central Kansas Veterinary Medical Assoc. Simpson, KS
- Individual Animal Identification Issues


Dec 2-3, 2005 Academy of Veterinary Consultants Denver, CO
- Utilization of animal performance data
- Animal Identification Issues: A veterinary perspective

Jan 21, 2005 Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention Lake Ozark, MO
- Veterinary Involvement in Marketing Cooperatives – 4 year Update

Jan 11, 2005 North American Veterinary Conference Orlando, FL
- Stocker Health Management
- Evaluation / Implementation of Health Protocols
- Field Necropsy Review
- BVD, Detection and Elimination of Persistently Infected Calves
- BVD Testing Strategies