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SDVMA holds annual meeting

Over 200 veterinarians and veterinary technicians attended the recent Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association (SDVMA) in Sioux Falls. Participants from South Dakota and surrounding states received cutting-edge continuing education updates from a lineup of nationally-known speakers. Companion animal, food animal, and equine sessions were presented and included important topics such as pain management and surgical techniques for cattle, vaccination programs for pets, current issues in the use of antibiotics in food animals, and veterinary practice management. Faculty members from the SDSU Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Lab presented case reports involving current animal disease issues.

Over 200 veterinarians and veterinary technicians attended the recent Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association (SDVMA) in Sioux Falls. Participants from South Dakota and surrounding states received cutting-edge continuing education updates from a lineup of nationally-known speakers. Companion animal, food animal, and equine sessions were presented and included important topics such as pain management and surgical techniques for cattle, vaccination programs for pets, current issues in the use of antibiotics in food animals, and veterinary practice management. Faculty members from the SDSU Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Lab presented case reports involving current animal disease issues.

Over 200 veterinarians and veterinary technicians attended the recent Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association (SDVMA) in Sioux Falls. Participants from South Dakota and surrounding states received cutting-edge continuing education updates from a lineup of nationally-known speakers. Companion animal, food animal, and equine sessions were presented and included important topics such as pain management and surgical techniques for cattle, vaccination programs for pets, current issues in the use of antibiotics in food animals, and veterinary practice management. Faculty members from the SDSU Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Lab presented case reports involving current animal disease issues.


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