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Emma K. Rand
undergraduate accomplishment. While interning at GE, she worked on anesthesia machines, supporting daily updates ...
Isabella A. Borrero
a volunteer at the lab until recently, when she joined the Wang Lab for Plant Disease Resistance and ...
Antibiotic Stewardship in Calves – Part 3
disease signs, medication and dosing, route of administration, use and frequency of treatment, length of ... now, so we’ll use a respiratory disease example. Think back to the clinical evaluation section and ... respiratory disease. Healthy calves should not have eye or nasal discharge, droopy ears, a cough, or abnormal ...
Ohio Dairy Producer Webinar Series
winter to provide producers with timely updates on risk management strategies, milk market outlook, farm ... Outlook for 2022: Dr. Chris Wolf, dairy economist at Cornell University, will be providing us updates on ...
COVID-19 Update for campus visits and events: All guests must read the Campus Visit Guidelines ...
2021 Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative Annual Conference
presentations (bobcats, ticks, invasive species, deer diseases, non-native birds, and squirrels) will be ... access the Nov. 10 th webinar – Register here. Join our email list to receive updates on our annual ...
starting and transplanting vegetable crops, trellising tomatoes, and mowing. He also helped researchers ...
Antibiotic Stewardship in Calves – Part 2
disease, as pertaining to calves. Fun fact, a “disease symptom” is something you are personally feeling, ... while a “disease sign” is something you observe in someone else or in animals. In order to better score ... potential disease, it is necessary to understand what a healthy calf looks like, so a sick calf stands out ...
Student Org Events in Classrooms
In alignment with Ohio State’s updated health guidance, the university is no longer requiring ... for Disease Control and Prevention guidance as well as state, local and university requirements. Ohio ...
The Good, The Bad, & The Hungry: Dealing with Wildlife Conflict
plants, dug-up bulbs, burrows under porches, or holes in the lawn. Fortunately, most wildlife damage can ...