Kursus

SENIOR COURSE 2022

Senior course 2022

Date: June 1-3, 2022

Place: Margaretetorps Gästgifvaregård, Ängelholm, Sweden

Number of participants: max. 25

Register before: May 1, 2022

Cost: We stand with Ukraine. Therefore we urge you to donate the registration fee of 3.500 DKK or 5.000 NOK/SEK to Médecins Sans Frontières and their humanitarian response in Ukraine (please see link in the registration form).

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Enjoy the benefits of a good restart!

Dairy production builds on a licence to produce. This social contract is increasingly strained by citizens’ and consumers’ concerns about ecological (environmental) and ethical (welfare) issues such as methane and other greenhouse gas emissions as well as cow-calf separation and other management procedures. Following decades of research and rich empirical experience, transition cow health is far from optimal, resulting in reduced welfare and productivity and increased antimicrobial use. Hence, there are ample opportunities for veterinarians to become vital collaborators in building a socially acceptable and sustainable dairy production. At the same time, the veterinary profession is challenged internationally by difficulties in both recruiting and keeping practitioners.
It’s time to revisit the fundamentals...

PROGRAMME

Wednesday, June 1 – Restarting UDDERS

12:00 Lunch
13:00 Welcome, introduction by Boehringer Ingelheim AH
13:30 The cow, the bugs & the dry period vs. udder health
Ynte Schukken, GD Animal Health
15:30 Coffee
16:00 Liquid gold for healthy guts & healthy calves 
Michael Steele, Univ. of Guelph (virtual presentation)
18:00 Dinner
20:00 Cattle vets’ role in making dairy production sustainable
Jude Capper, Harper Adams Univ. (virtual presentation)

 

 

 

 


Thursday, June 2 – Restarting MILK PRODUCTION

09:00 Feeding, managing and housing the dry cow for health and productivity 
Niels Bastian Kristensen, SEGES 
11:00 Herd visit (w. lunch) – Skottorps Säteri AB
16:00 Getting cows through needle-eyes – inflammatory states vs. 
transition-cow metabolic balance 
Barry Bradford, Kansas State Univ. (virtual presentation)
19:00 Dinner

 

 

 

 

Friday, June 3 – Restarting VETERINARY PRACTICE

09:00 Taking the successful veterinary workplace from good to great
Jens Karlsmose, Next Context
11:30 Summary and evaluation. Boehringer Ingelheim AH
12:00 Lunch and departure

 

 

 

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For further information:
Troels Løwig Larsen
Tel. +45 22 72 49 79 
Email: troels.larsen@boehringer-ingelheim.com

Thomas Manske 
Tel. +46 703 42 71 51 
Email: thomas.manske@boehringer-ingelheim.com

Nina Fjeldsø
Tel. +45 22 72 48 50 
Email: nina.fjeldsoe@boehringer-ingelheim.com

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