Webinar on 8/19/22: Bovine Baby Blues and Implications of Post Calving Inflammation

Bovine Baby Blues: Implications of Post Calving Inflammation

This webinar will be presented by Jennifer Trout, DVM, Technical Service Consultant, AHV USA, on Friday, August 19th, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. CST. Our August webinar is sponsored by AHV USA.

Webinar Summary: The presence of inflammation is a normal response to the bodily strain induced during calving. Yet the positive effects of inflammation can quickly become problematic if it lasts for an extended period, leading to a range of issues that ultimately impact your animal’s health. Dr. Jennifer Trout will explain how inflammation influences health, with a focus on fresh cow diseases, and an introduction to Quorum Sensing, a new way to fight bacteria.

Call in, watch online OR listen when you can! We record and hold all webinars for one month for members to watch when it suits them! You must still register by the deadline below to watch this webinar live or on your own time.

*Limited space available – register early to reserve your spot! Deadline to register is Thursday, August 18th, 11:59pm CST.

Meet the Speaker:

Dr. Jennifer Trout resides in Fallston, Maryland and works as a Technical Service Consultant for AHV USA. Prior to joining AHV, Dr. Trout was a Calf and Heifer Specialist with Cargill Animal Nutrition focusing on western large calf ranches. She worked in veterinary practice in California’s central valley, the panhandle of Texas, and most recently the pacific northwest. Dr. Trout also held field base technical service positions with Agri Labs and Pfizer Animal Health. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Science from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Trout is a third-generation dairy farmer, currently working alongside her father and her husband at their family dairy. She enjoys spending time with her five active kids, ranging from ages 13-21. In her minimal free time, Dr. Trout has an affinity for good cheese, quality Corgis and registered quarter horses.