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"IL COLOSTRO" - 4 lezioni webinar in 4 DATE del Polo di Formazione Maccarese

08/10/2021

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"IL COLOSTRO" - 4 lezioni webinar in 4 DATE del Polo di Formazione Maccarese

DESCRIZIONE DEL CORSO: "IL COLOSTRO"

Il colostro ha rappresentato e rappresenta un alimento per il vitello di vitale importanza. È infatti in grado di ridurre i patogeni mantenendo inalterata la flora microbica “buona”, avendo un effetto di lunga durata sul microbiota intestinale. Bisogna però rispettare alcune regole che diventano importanti e strategiche sia per le caratteristiche intrinseche del colostro stesso ma anche per la gestione di questo. Qualità, quantità, temperatura e tempo appaiono strategici per l’accrescimento di vitelli sani e per ottenere una riduzione della mortalità. Verranno altresì affrontati i fattori di rischio associati ad un inadeguato trasferimento dell’immunità passive.

 

Sandra Godden
Sandra Godden

 

Sandra Godden, DVM. Professor, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine (VPM): 

DVM, University of Guelph, 1993

BSc, University of Guelph, 1989

DVSc, University of Guelph, 1998

 

  

 

Awards & Recognition
2019 - American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Award of Excellence
2019 - ADSA West Agro, Inc. Award – For excellence in mastitis/milk quality research
2014 - UMN College of Veterinary Medicine Award of Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Advising
2012 - Outstanding Faculty Award for 2011. Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association.
2011 - University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine - Mark of Excellence Award
2010 - Dept. of Veterinary Population Medicine – Award for Excellence in Didactic Teaching
2007 - Dept. of Veterinary Population Medicine – Award for Excellence in Didactic Teaching

Research Summary/Interests
Applied research in calf health management, mastitis control, and improving antimicrobial stewardship on dairies. Examples of calf health management studies include pasteurization of milk and colostrum, housing, and nutrition. Examples of mastitis control studies include selective dry cow therapy, use of rapid culture systems to guide selective treatment decisions during lactation, and bedding management.

Research Funding Grants
-Investigation of the Relationship between Method of Processing Recycled Manure Solids Bedding and Bedding Characteristics, Udder Health, Milk quality and Economics on Midwest Dairy Farms. McLanahan Corp.
-Efficacy of a Potassium Sorbate Preservative in Bovine Colostrum and Milk. Solution Bio Sciences, Inc.
-Selective Dry Cow Therapy on U.S. Dairy Farms: Impact on Udder Health, Antimicrobial Use and Economics. USDA-AFRI.
-Randomized Equivalence Study Evaluating the Efficacy of Two Commercial Internal Teat Sealants in Dairy Cows. Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc.
-Investigation of the Relationship Between Bedding Materials, Bedding Characteristics and Intramammary Infection in Late Lactation Dairy cows. Zoetis.
-Characterization of antimicrobial use in beef feedlots and dairies. FDA (KSU PD)
-Investigation of the Relationship between Method of Processing Recycled Manure Solids Bedding, Air Quality and Antimicrobial Resistance on Midwest Dairy Farms. UMASH.

Publications
-PubMed
-Google Scholar

Teaching Areas
Veterinary Science; Clinical epidemiology; Metabolic diseases of ruminants; Applied dairy nutrition; Calf health management

 

jason lombard
Jason Lombard


Jason Lombard
, DVM, MS. Dairy Specialist/Veterinary Epidemiologist. National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS). Dr. Lombard earned his DVM degree in 1993 from Colorado State University. He was in a primarily dairy practice in WI until 2002 when he returned to CO and Colorado State University to being a MS program which he completed in 2004. Dr. Lombard has worked for USDA:APHIS; Veterinary Services since 2003. During his time at USDA, he served as the Johne's disease epidemiologist until taking the posiition of Dairy Specilaist/ Veterinary Epidemiologist within the National Animal Health Monitoring System. His interested include dairy calf management and infectious diseases of cattle.

Jud Heinrichs
Jud Heinrichs

 

Jud Heinrichs, Professor of Dairy Science.

Biography
Jud is a native of Sullivan County New York, where he was raised on a small Holstein farm.
Jud has been with Penn State since 1982 working in the areas of dairy nutrition and management with an emphasis in replacements; as well as dairy forages with an emphasis on diet particle size and physically effective fiber. Jud's interest in the growth and management of dairy heifers has allowed him to work on several population studies of growth rates of dairy heifers as well as revise the Holstein weight tapes currently used worldwide. He is also a co-inventor of the Penn State Forage and TMR Particle Size Separator.
Jud spent a sabbatical from 2008 to 2009 at the University of Bologna in Italy studying physically effective fiber needs of lactating cows. During a previous sabbatical from 1991 to 1992 with the USDA, he was in charge of the National Dairy Heifer Evaluation Project. He has authored over 135 journal articles and book chapters as well as many extension publications, primarily in the area of dairy replacements and forages.

Areas of Expertise:

-Heifer nutrition and management
-Effective fiber for dairy cows

Education:
-Ph.D., Dairy Science, Ohio State University, 1982
-M.S., Dairy Science, Ohio State University, 1980
-B.S., Animal Science, Cornell University, 1977

Areas of Interest:
-Heifer Management
-Forages

Honors and Awards:
-2013 American Dairy Science Association's Dairy Extension Award
-2009 American Dairy Science Association's Dairy Forage Award
-2002 Pennsylvania Dairyman's Association Extension Award
-2000 American Dairy Science Association's Applied Dairy Nutrition Award

PROGRAMMA DEL CORSO:


Il corso prevede 4 incontri, per quattro settimane, alle ore 21,00, a partire dall'11 ottobre.


Le lezioni si svolgeranno sulla piattaforma di Zoom, verrà fornito il link, l’id meeting e la relativa password, dopo aver eseguito il pagamento.

L’accesso potrà essere effettuato da qualsiasi dispositivo elettronico (PC, Tablet, Smartphone), occorre soltanto una connessione internet.

 

 

 

 

SVOLGIMENTO CORSO:

  • 11/10/21 - Sandra Godden -   

"Management del colostro"

  

  • 18/10/21 - Sandra Godden 

"Come ottenere il miglior colostro e quali tecnologie usare"

  

  • 25/10/21 - Jason Lombard -  

"Relazione tra la qualità del colostro e il trasferimento dell’immunità passiva"

  

  • 02/11/21 - Jud Heinrichs 

"Colostro management ed alimentazione del vitello per una sostenibilità di allevamento"

 

 

COSTO DEL CORSO:

Il costo del corso è di 140 euro e per iscriversi è necessario compilare il form seguente: 

 

http://www.poloformazionemaccarese.it/form_prenotazione_corso_06_2021.asp

Vi saranno richiesti i dati da inserire in modo da effettuare l'operazione di accreditamento. 

 

 

 

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