CVM 6967: Food and Fiber Animal Problems

2 Credits

This course uses a mixture of classroom group discussion and case-based assignments to cover a variety of problems encountered in food animal production medicine. Problems may be ones listed as presenting complaints by owners/producers of food animals (e.g. cattle, swine, small ruminants) problems found on physical examination/herd visits, or abnormalities encountered in case/records evaluation. Emphasis will be placed on applying an epidemiological approach for herd investigations, including records analysis, selection of laboratory tests and interpretation of results. Following diagnosis, students will formulate a plan for treating individual affected animals and develop a preventative health management plan for the herd, as applicable. The course will emphasize integration of information introduced in core food animal systems courses with clinical pathology

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