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Health Issues in Mid to Late Fed Cattle

May 5, 2020
7 p.m. Central

With summer time just around the corner, producers who feed cattle need to be aware of common health issues that could arise jeopardizing their herd. Join Dan Thomson, MS, PhD, DVM – Iowa State University; Myriah Johnson, PhD. – Noble Research Institute; and Milt Thomas, PhD. – Colorado State University as they update producers on the latest in Fatigued Cattle Syndrome, Mid-Day Morbidity in High-Performing Cattle, and Cattle Congestive Heart Failure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 
 

Where can I watch past webinars?

All past webinar recordings are housed in a video playlist on our YouTube page. Typically, videos are available the day after initial airing. There are three ways to access this playlist.

1 - Open the YouTube app on your device or visit YouTube.com. Head to NCBA's Cattlemen to Cattlemen profile. Open the Cattlemen's Webinar Series playlist. Select 'Play All'.

2 - Find the video at the bottom of this page. Press the 'Play' button in the center of the preview screen. The Cattlemen's Webinar Series will then play through the playlist automatically beginning with the most recent webinar.

3 - Select the red 'Watch Past Webinars' button at the bottom of this page. This will take you to the Cattlemen's Webinar Series on NCBA's Cattlemen to Cattlemen YouTube page. Press 'Play All' to begin watching.

How can I suggest ideas for future webinars?

We would love to hear from you. If you have any suggestions for future webinars that you would like to see, email them to producered@beef.org

How often are new webinars available?

We try to provide one new webinar at least once every other month. On occasion, there will be multiple webinars per month as part of a mini-series. Check back often to find information regarding upcoming webinars.

How do I keep up with new information on webinars?

Check back here for descriptions and speaker biographies, which are updated often and early. Be sure to follow us on social media and get notified of all upcoming webinars. We will also post when past webinars are available on YouTube.

 


 

  

 

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