Fine-Tune Your Water System for Summer and Fall Disease Challenges
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American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS) Continuing Education Credit Available
Fine-tuning your response to summer ileitis issues and preparing for fall swine respiratory challenges can be as simple as choosing the right method of treatment delivery. Connect with our webinar where experts discuss how to get the best value when you choose water as your method of antibiotic delivery. They will explain how water delivery works compared to other methods (injectables and feed), share tips on troubleshooting your water system and review how your antibiotic-mixing tactics impact your water medication program. Simply put, it’ll be an informational and insightful webinar focused on preparing you for success.
Chad Smith, DVM
Chad Smith is a veterinarian with Pharmgate Animal Health based in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Dr. Smith received his doctorate of veterinary medicine from North Carolina State University-DVM in 2003. He spent the first 15 years of his career as a staff veterinarian for Maxwell Foods, where his responsibilities included developing herd health programs, research and development and management of nursery and finishing phases. In his current role on the Pharmgate Animal Health technical services team, he collaborates with leading veterinarians on product field trials as well as provides technical support to production veterinarians and managers.
Jesse McCoy is Neogen Corporation's business unit specialist for water treatment, where he develops and implements water treatment chemicals and programs to aid in production animal health for poultry, swine and ruminants. As an environmental scientist with a specialization in production agriculture and water quality, he has extensive experience working with large, integrated production agriculture companies as well as independent producers to implement solutions for reducing pathogen loads at production facilities. Jesse is also a certified water specialist from the Water Quality Assurance program.
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