NEW PRAGUE, Minn. — Join the Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) for its next webinar – “A Targeted Approach to Mineral Supplementation for the Dairy Cow” on July 13, starting at 2 p.m. Central time (USA/Canada). Craig Louder, Axiota Animal Health technical service veterinarian, will lead the free, one-hour webinar.
This webinar will focus on the fluctuations of trace mineral requirements throughout a dairy cow’s lactation and a targeted approach to improving a cow’s trace mineral status in a time-efficient manner. Louder will discuss the role of trace minerals in cows, specifically within reproduction. Additionally, he will share research showing the benefits of using an injectable trace mineral supplementation on improved reproductive performance and reproductive tract health.
DCRC applied for one Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) credit for this DCRC webinar. This provides a convenient way for bovine veterinarians to earn CE credits. Also, this webinar is approved by the University of the State of New York State Education Department for one CE for New York-licensed veterinarians.
Louder graduated from Washington State University in 2012 with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, after completing a bachelor’s degree in animal science from Utah State University in 2008. Following veterinary school graduation, Louder joined High Desert Veterinary Services in Jerome, Idaho, practicing in a beef and dairy veterinary practice, providing service to large, western dairies and calf ranches. In 2018, he began part-time consulting for MULTIMIN USA and took a full-time position in 2021.
This webinar is sponsored by Axiota. The Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council does not support one product or company over another, and any mention is not an endorsement by DCRC.
The Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council is focused on bringing together all sectors of the dairy industry – producers, consultants, academia and allied industry professionals – for improved reproductive performance. DCRC provides an unprecedented opportunity for all groups to work together to take dairy cattle reproduction to the next level. To learn more about DCRC or to become a member, visit www.dcrcouncil.org.
— Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council