Education & Training
The U of M CVM Ruminant Group is focusing their continuing education efforts in 2022 on joint offerings with the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association and The Lameness in Ruminants Conference planning committee.
The Lameness in Ruminants Conference draws an audience of researchers, veterinarians, dairy producers, hoof trimmers, students and industry representatives from around the world. In 2022, the group will gather under the theme Embracing Excellence in Mobility and Wellbeing. The five-day conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn the most current research and practices that help to enhance large and small ruminant hoof health. Additionally, attendees can gain additional education and knowledge through pre- and post-conference workshops.
The Conference will be held August 1-5, 2022 in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA, bringing together global large and small ruminant experts in hoof health, production systems, animal behavior and hoof care. Previous conferences have attracted up to 300 international delegates working in the ruminant industry. See conference site for more information.
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Dr. Gerard Cramer is on the planning committee representing the U of M CVM as one of the sponsors. Contact him with specific questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additionally, the CVM Ruminant Group is working with the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association Food Animal Committee planning continuing education opportunities at the Annual Meeting in February and the Winter Seminar for Rural Large Animal Practitioners. This year's seminar speakers were UMN graduates - Drs. Portia Seckerson and Amy Dahlke along with one of our CVM colleagues - Dr. Jeremy Schefers. This seminar is held in January each year so look for information about 2023 dates this Fall.