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  1. 29
    May
    Title: The Dairy Cattle Welfare Symposium: Intersection of Best Practices and Sustainability 
  2. 30
    May
      Veterinarians, please join us for one hour of continuing education presented by Dr. Selena Tinga.
  3. 1
    Jun
    The Ohio Dairy Health and Management Certificate Program (ODHMCP) will once again be offered beginning in the Fall of 2019. The overall program will consist of 10 modules of two full days each over the course of three years. The OHMCP will be focused on developing a system-in-place for modern dairy herds of any sizes with strong emphasis on prevention and a process of continuous improvement. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! How to remain competitive is the “big” question for dairy operations, which includes knowing the consumer expectations.
  4. 6
    Jun
      Veterinarians, please join us for one hour of continuing education presented by Dr. Sandra Diaz. 
  5. 17
    Jun
    The 2019 Annual Veterinary Medicine Alumni Society Golf Outing Registration is $175 and includes greens fee, cart fee, boxed lunch, social with heavy hors d'oeuvres, and a donation of $25 to the Veterinary Medicine Alumni Scholarship fund. Registration is now open! Click here to sign up or call 614-292-2281
  6. 20
    Jun
  7. 17
    Jul
      Veterinarians, please join us for TWO hours of continuing education presented by Dr. Shannon Reed and guest speaker Dr. Earl Gaughan.
  8. 2
    Aug
    Please join us at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Reception at the 2019 American Veterinary Medical Association Convention in Washington DC! The event will be on Friday, August 2 from 5:00-7:00PM EST at the Hard Rock Cafe Washington DC. Registration is complimentary and includes heavy appetizers and door prizes. *A cash bar will be available during the reception Registration opens summer 2019  
  9. 16
    Aug
  10. 2
    Nov
    The 43rd annual Ohio State and Royal Canin Symposium will be held November 2-3, 2019 at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. The focus this year will be on small animal gastrointestinal health. Experienced clinical experts and researchers share their approaches to diagnosis and treatment strategies that you can immediately incorporate into your practice. Presentations span two information-packed days and provide 15 focused, practical hours of continuing education credit. Ample time is planned for questions and interactive discussions.

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