2nd Kansas State University Symposium on Bovine Anaplasmosis
The 2nd K-State Symposium on Bovine Anaplasmosis is a one day, producer-oriented workshop on the current state of anaplasmosis in the U.S., with an emphasis on Kansas beef cattle. The workshop will feature presentations by national experts on the economic impact of anaplasmosis, prevalence of anaplasmosis in Kansas and other cattle production states, anaplasmosis diagnostic considerations, prevention and treatment options for anaplasmosis, and the Veterinary Feed Directive. In addition, the meeting will include an interactive producer-panel with producers describing their own anaplasmosis experiences, challenges, and management strategies. The meeting will conclude with an overview of on-going and upcoming anaplasmosis research projects at K-State and opportunities for producer participation.
Monday, May 20, 2019
Hilton Garden Inn
Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Dr. Hans Coetzee, Kansas State University - Economic Impact of Anaplasmosis
- Dr. Mike Apley, Kansas State University - Veterinary Feed Directive
- Dr. Roger (Bill) Stich, University of Missouri - Vaccination for Anaplasmosis
- Dr. Kathryn Reif, Kansas State University - Implications of Anaplasmosis Strain Diversity
- Dr. Emily Reppert, Kansas State University - Treatment Options for Anaplasmosis
- Dr. Gregg Hanzlicek, Kansas State University - Anaplasmosis Diagnostic Considerations
- Mr. Mark Spare, Kansas State University - Prevalence of Anaplasmosis in Kansas
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