ISU Extension Hosts Virtual Chat on Strange Illness Affecting Dairy Cows

The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dairy Team is hosting a “Virtual Chat” with Dr. Phillip Jardon, to discuss the latest information on the mystery illness affecting dairy cows in the Southwest – tonight at 7 pm.

Knowledge on the illness is growing almost hourly, so this program is on short notice to keep producers and industry consultants informed with the most current, research-based information.

Dr. Jardon graduated from the Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine. He completed his Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM) and Dairy Production Medicine Residency at UC-Davis.

Jardon has been in private practice and industry for 35 years with particular interest in transition cow diseases. Dr. Jardon worked as a Dairy Technical Consultant with Elanco Animal Health in California for the last eleven years and is currently a Dairy Extension Veterinarian at ISU.

Producers, dairy consultants, and industry reps are encouraged to attend the free virtual chat at 7 pm this evening No registration is required.     

Please click this URL to start or join.

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