VFD meetings scheduled this fall in Kansas
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Cattle producers have a number of opportunities to increase their understanding of the impact of the Food and Drug Administration’s Veterinary Feed Directive at meetings across Kansas this fall offered by K-State Research and Extension.
“The veterinary feed directive will change the steps producers will need to take to provide antimicrobials in feedstuffs,” said Sandy Johnson, Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry associate professor and extension beef specialist. “Planning ahead will be key to adjusting to the new procedure.”
Jan. 1, 2017, is the date that all of the changes associated with the new regulation will go into effect. To prepare, producers need to become familiar with the regulation and the associated procedures.
K-State Research and Extension in cooperation with K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine will present information at numerous sites across the state to help producers, feed distributors and veterinarians understand the details. Additional topics will be covered at the Hays and Wilson meetings.
Meetings across Kansas scheduled in the upcoming weeks include:
Oct. 31 – 6 p.m. MST, CAB Building, Sharon Springs – RSVP for meal by Oct. 25 to 785-852-4285
Nov. 1 – 6 p.m. MST, 4-H Building, Goodland – RSVP for meal by Oct. 26 to 785-890-4880
Nov. 15 – 5:30 p.m. CST, Ag Research Center Hays – Cost of meal $5, RSVP by Nov. 10 to 785-628-9430, email@example.com
Nov. 16 – 5:30 p.m. CST, Midland Railroad Hotel, Wilson – Cost of meals and materials $10, RSVP by Nov. 7 to 785- 483-3157, 785-472-4442 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates are set but final details of the following meetings are pending.
Nov. 22, 2 p.m., Hiawatha, KS, 785-742-7871
Nov. 22, 7 p.m., Seneca, KS; 785-336-2184
Nov. 30, Paola, KS; 913-294-4306
Dec. 5, Stockton, KS; 785-425-6851
Dec. 6, Howard, KS; 620-374-2174
Dec. 7, Gaylord, KS; 785-738-3597
Dec. 8, El Dorado, KS; 316-321-9660
As further meeting information and details are available they will be posted to http://www.KSUBeef.org or contact your local county or district extension office for a learning opportunity in your area. More information on the VFD can be found at http://www.KSUBeef.org .
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