Continuing Education

The following workshops are available for ProVet member clinics:

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Taking Herd Health to the Next Level

Milk Quality – "Selling Only the Best"

Topics include:

February 2020

Dry Cow Therapy Programs

Includes an initial bench-marking overall udder health session using  participant provided data)  – then specific to this topic, considerations around reducing antibiotic use (some dry cow management discussion), sealant use, reducing milk production, risks around leaking cows, keeping track of what happens and monitoring outcomes

April 2022

Lactational Therapy Programs

Includes some diagnostics, setting up standardized treatment programs, economics of therapy, record keeping and monitoring outcomes, vaccination considerations.​

November 2020

Reassessment and Comparison

...of bench-marking (as of Nov 2020 vs 12 months ending Nov 2019) – progress sharing, frustrations, new developments, refinement of milk quality programs for implementation in winter 2021.

WESTERN ONTARIO

11:00 - 1:00

APR 11 TIE STALL

  Creekside Haven, (Joel Frey) 7188 SR#11, Elora

APR 12PARLOR

 Larenwood Holsteins, 935603 Blenheim Rd., Drumbo

APR 13 – ROBOT (or AMS) 

Frank Louwagie's farm – 

6668 32 line, Mitchell 

$160

(prorated for remainder of series)

Cost includes: 

  • three meetings (as per topics above)

  • two additional data collections and  disbursements (for each producer)

  • meeting lunches

EASTERN ONTARIO

APR 7,  1:00 – 3:00
PARLOR & TIE STALL

  Hamlane Farms (Bart and Antje Rijke), 2746 Joannise Rd., Hammond

APR 8, 11:00 – 1:00
ROBOT (or AMS)

 Kenora Farms 

(Andrew and Paul Henderson), 1013 Ventnor Rd., Spencerville

To register, you must be a client of one of our Member Clinics

To register contact your herd veterinarian

Registration is limited to 20 participants

Continuing Education

The ProVet Network is proud to have Ann Godkin as our Coordinator of Education.