The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine announces a new online continuing education course for veterinary professionals. This course is based on Dr. Trey Kraft’s Summer Seminar presentation on Saturday, June 19, 2021, held online via Zoom.
In this course, participants will watch a video recording of the presentation and complete a final assessment.
This course will discuss the anatomy of the beehive, hive members and their roles, the tools necessary for hive examination, as well as how to recognize the common diseases of the beehive.
Dr. Wallace “Trey” Kraft, III was raised in Paris, Texas. He graduated with a degree in animal science and a minor in microbiology from Oklahoma State in 2015 and completed his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2020 - also at Oklahoma State. He is a second-generation veterinarian, and currently practices with his father in their mixed animal practice in Paris, TX. He currently serves as an officer for the OSU Veterinary Medicine Alumni Society. Kraft enjoys the outdoors and agriculture in general. His interest in bees started as a child. He finds they are one of the figures in the natural world that cross many boundaries and unite many fields together. Throughout his childhood his family managed multiple beehives, and he looks forward to restarting the bee operation this coming spring.
Registration Fee: $25
Time Requirements: Approximately 1 hour. This course can be completed at participants’ own pace. If you attended this session at Summer Seminar, do not duplicate. No CE credit for course duplication.
NOTE: This course has been approved as CE by the Oklahoma Veterinary Board
To Register: https://okstatecvm.catalog.instructure.com/
Questions? Contact Christine Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-744-7672