SARATOGA CO., N.Y. — Cornell Cooperative of Saratoga County’s Agriculture Department maintains its mission to provide the public with researched, interesting, and comprehensive information on the local ag community. Through programs like the Farm-to-School grant and the Ag Drive-In movie night Saratoga County members and their families have enjoyed learning about where their food comes from. The area is filled with a number of diverse farms and the Ag department has just launched a new podcast to explore those farms, along with the people who make them a success.
Join Nicolina Foti as she interviews Tracy Bartick-Sedrish, DVM, and Steve Sedrish, DVM Of Upstate Equine Medical Center in the inaugural event “Voices of Veterinary Medicine in Agricultural with Upstate Equine Medical Center”. The industry experts explore large animal/ livestock veterinarian science practices, their personal/ professional journeys, running their own practice, and more. The first episode launched on 12/29/21 on podbean.com (follow at ccesaratoga.podbean.com) and will be available on apple, google, spotify, amazon or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast.
Each month we will be exploring different areas of the local agricultural community. Follow us on Facebook (@ccesaratoga), Twitter (@saratogacce), and Instagram (@ccesaratoga) for release announcements. Visit ccesaratoga.org for more information on Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County, email Nicolina Foti directly email@example.com, or call 518-885-8995.
“Upstate Equine Medical Center is a multi-veterinarian (including board certified surgeon), ambulatory and referral practice in beautiful Saratoga Springs, NY. Upstate Equine Medical Center is a 6,000 square foot medical and surgical hospital with additional 17 stall barn with indoor arena and treatment room. The practice is fully equipped with digital radiology, multiple units of portable and a stationary digital ultrasound, video and dynamic endoscopy, nuclear scintigraphy, ECSWT, IRAP, PRP, BMAC, power dentistry and much more. With emphasis on theriogenology, lameness and performance horse medicine, this practice services a large Standardbred population, several large and small thoroughbred breeding farms, as well as both English and Western performance horses and pets.
Upstate Equine Medical Center strives to provide the most up to date and quality surgery and medicine, meeting all of our patients’ needs and exceeding all our clients’ expectations. In addition, Upstate Equine Medical Center strives to be an educational resource for both clients and veterinarians.”
To learn more about Upstate Equine Medical Center visit them on facebook @upstateequinemedicalcenter
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Saratoga County