Dairy

 

Welcome

Dairy cattle form an important component of any large animal veterinarian's case load as well as contributing significantly to the nation's economy.

Like all areas of veterinary practice, expertise in the dairy cattle sector is always changing and adapting as new scientific studies are undertaken.

The NZVA have created a selection of courses which will be of value to dairy cattle veterinarians at different stages of their career. You can select from one of the NZVA courses listed below to update, improve or extend your dairy cattle practice or check out our CPD calendar to view an extensive selection of CPD offered by other providers.

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36th World Veterinary Association Congress 2020

Catch up on what you missed at the virtual Congress and learn at your own pace!

  • 100+ hours of recorded lectures available on-demand until the end of September 2020
  • Topics relevant to all veterinary professionals including veterinarians, veterinary nurses, large animal veterinary technicians, practice managers and other veterinary staff

Get your subscription for the WVAC 2020 virtual congress recordings now!

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On-farm consultancy skills

Improve your ability to engage with farmers to improve their farm businesses.

Read more about On-farm consultancy skills here

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Backyard chooks and other feathered friends

Increase your confidence and skills diagnosing and treating common problems.

  • Online
  • Date: 6 - 19 July 2020
  • Tutors: Neil Christensen | Dawn Mills

Read more about Backyard chooks and other feathered friends

Bovine ultrasound

Learn the latest techniques in bovine ultrasound and improve your confidence.

  • Online | Workshop
  • Date: December 2020
  • Tutor: Steve Cranefield

Watch this space! More information coming soon!

Fundamental LAVT skills and procedures

Increase skills and knowledge on commonly encountered diseases and procedures.

  • Online
  • Date: November 2020
  • Tutors: Kate Gloyn | Ben Hodgson

Watch this space! More information coming soon!