Integrated Beef Cattle Program
About the Program
Oklahoma has 1.6 million beef cows, yet many areas lack the veterinarians necessary to service the cattle operations, which reduces opportunities for rural prosperity and economic development. The shortage will likely increase as veterinarians retire and producer needs change. To counteract the problem, Oklahoma State University seeks to offer intervention strategies for rural sustainability by expanding veterinary skills and knowledge of herd health, food nutrition, forage management, reproductive management, and other common needs of beef producers.
Meet the Faculty
- For Class II, the program is limited to (25) veterinarians and (25) veterinary students.
- Class selection and notification will be completed in mid-December.
- After selection, there is a $200 non-refundable registration fee required for veterinarians. There is no charge for students. It is not anticipated that there will be any additional fees.
- Approximately 40 hours of CE will be offered during the course of this program.
- Participants will be expected to fully complete assigned content and in-person sessions for program completion.