Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases from birth to weaning will be covered at the Nebraska Cattlemen meeting in Chadron on Tuesday, April 4th
Dr. Matt Hille from the Nebraska Veterinary Diagnostic Center will be discussing the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of select diseases of cattle with a focus on infectious diseases commonly encountered from birth to weaning. Dr. Hille earned his DVM degree from Iowa State University along with graduate degrees from the University of Wyoming (M.S.) and University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Ph.D.). He practiced feedlot and cow/calf medicine in South Dakota for approximately five years before moving to Lincoln where he is currently an Assistant Professor and Diagnostic Pathologist with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Join us at 6pm on Tuesday, April 4th in Chadron at the County Kitchen Banquet Room on the north side of the building.
Registration is required. Attendance is open to the public free of charge and includes a meal complements of the Northern Panhandle Affiliate of the Nebraska Cattlemen. Register by calling the Sheridan County Extension Office at 308-327-2312 or emailing email@example.com.