Equine Extension Programs
Camelid Health Seminar – UF Large Animal Hospital, Gainesville, FL – Saturday, July 27, 2013
The Camelid Health Seminar is for owners, farm managers, veterinarians, veterinarian technicians and veterinary students. CE credits are available for veterinarians.
- Camelid Emergencies on the Farm
- Your Pasture – Where Parasites and Nutrition Come Together
- Camelid Females & Crias – From Pregnancy to Weaning
- A Review of Eimeria Macusaniensis (E mac) Clinical Disease and Treatment
Visit Florida Alpaca & Llama Association’s website for registration information.
Healthy Horses Conference – UF Large Animal Hospital, Gainesville, FL
The Healthy Horses Conference is dedicated to horse owner and enthusiast education. Each year, we will be presenting topics critical for successful equine health and management, as well as new discoveries and diagnostic tools that benefit both you and your horse. Take a look at this year’s brochure.
- Healthy Horses Conference – April 27, 2013
Referring Veterinarian Appreciation Day Conference
This conference is hosted by the University of Florida at the UF Hilton in Gainesville. It is a continuing education event for veterinarians on current health care topics and recent advances in equine research for practitioners. This conference occurs annually in the summer, typically in the end of June or July.
Equine Health Care Programs
Equine veterinary extension provides educational programs on various equine health topics including strangles, management and prevention of infectious disease, colic, diarrhea, vaccination and deworming programs, foal care, and equine emergencies just to name a few. Equine health care and common disease articles can be found under publications and related links.
- Presentations from the Equine Institute 2009 on the Web
- Presentations from Equine Institute 2008 On the Web
- At this time, there are no lectures scheduled for fall 2013
- Click here for directions to the hospital. Please note approximately 85 seats are available in the auditorium and attendance will be first come, first serve.