Veterinary Extension and Continuing Education
Keep current with veterinary medical services, research and principles
MU Veterinary Extension and Continuing Education offers educational activities for veterinarians, vet techs and the general public. Continuing education credits are available via in-person and online seminars delivered by college faculty, the university community and other experts.
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News & articles
- Published: Tuesday, March 5, 2019
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Two years of abnormal weather changed plant growth, which changes livestock digestion. In the end cows die. The words “it’s very complex” kept popping up in a University of Missouri emergency teleconference of state and ...
- Published: Friday, Sept. 7, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. – U.S. pork producers should be aware of an emerging swine disease, says University of Missouri Extension veterinarian Corinne Bromfield. Chinese pork producers reported the 13th outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) Sept. 6. It has ...
- Published: Wednesday, June 6, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri veterinary students take campus research to parlors and pastures to help dairy farms improve. The MU School of Veterinary Medicine’s production medicine class is a popular elective, offering students ...
- Published: Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension, Missouri Dairy Association and Multimin USA will hold the 2018 Missouri Dairy Profit Seminar at five locations throughout the state Feb. 19-23, said MU Extension veterinarian Scott Poock. The event ...
Publication date: Sept. 1, 2017
Anaplasmosis in cattle is an infectious disease caused by a bacteria known as Anaplasma marginale. The disease is common in Missouri. Clinical cases can occur at any time of the year, but the majority of cases are seen in late summer and fall. The ...
Publication date: May 1, 2012
This publication is one in a series about operating and managing a pasture-based dairy. Although these publications often refer to conditions in Missouri, many of the principles and concepts described may apply to operations throughout the United ...
NCARG's mission is to accelerate the rate of adoption of profitable reproductive and genomic technologies in the beef industry. It is a multi-disciplinary partnership among faculty in MU's CAFNR and College of Veterinary Medicine.