The three-day event will highlight the latest advancements in milk quality and mastitis control from around the globe. Milk quality specialists, veterinarians, milk plant field staff, dairy suppliers, dairy producers, university researchers, extension specialists and students are all invited to attend.
The annual meeting will kick-off Sunday with seven specialized short courses. General sessions open on Monday and will run through Tuesday. “New and not-so-new technologies for detection and management of mastitis,” will be the featured symposium Tuesday afternoon. Four additional short courses will be offered Tuesday evening. Rounding out the educational opportunities will be the Technology Transfer sessions held on Monday and Tuesday.
Other key features at the upcoming meeting consist of the National Dairy Quality Awards and the NMC Award of Excellence for Mastitis Prevention and Control, the NMC Scholars and a fun and engaging fundraiser for the National Mastitis Research Foundation.
Source: National Mastitis Council (NMC)