Richard Mifflin Kleberg, Jr. Family Lectureship on Equine Management

Agenda
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Date

May 14-16, 2018

Fees

$400 – Covers materials, equipment, refreshments and meals.

Location

Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Center
Texas A&M University-Kingsville

1730 West Corral Ave.
Kingsville, Texas 78363
Summary

With specialized instructors and the largest outdoor laboratory in the world, Texas A&M University-Kingsville and KRIRM is a fantastic place to refresh your horse knowledge. During this three-day lectureship, specialized instructors will present intensive science-based lectures and apply them to the horse care that is applicable and relevant for your everyday needs. This lectureship is presented by board certified experts, practicing veterinarians, and professionals in disciplines spanning the equine industry.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify issues related to reproduction, infertility, colic, obesity, and nutrition
  • Discuss parasite control, vaccinations, and viral diseases of horses
  • Apply hands-on learning through labs involving dentistry, laminitis, emergency care, nutrition, injections, and anatomy
Lead Instructor

Dr. Benjamin Espy, DVM, DACT
Board Certified Equine Reproduction