ISBCW Symposium Interview videos

The 5th International Symposium on Beef Cattle Welfare was hosted by the Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State University June 8, 9 and 10th at the Kansas State Alumni Center. Below are a few of the speakers giving a brief overview of the conference and a summary of their presentation in case you missed it.

Overview

The right transportation equipment (Tiffany Lee – Kansas State University)

Feeding metrics for packing plants, transport and feedlots & Value of good stockman ship (Temple Grandin – Colorado State University)

Beef Cattle Facilities – loading and unloading facilities & The right driver – transporter training (Ron Gill – Texas A&M)

Antibiotic Stewardship and Cattle Welfare (Mike Apley – Kansas State University)

Dealing with compromised cattle & Lameness in feedlot cattle (Karen Schwartkoff-Genswein – Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada)

Summary of past Welfare Symposia & Managing Maternal Separation (Joe Stookey – University of Saskatchewan)

Preconditioning Cattle for the Feedlot: impact on health and welfare (Dr. Brad White – Kansas State University)

Body Condition Score Considerations (Dr. Bob Larson – Kansas State University)

Stress and immunologic responses & Beef cattle facilities – flooring (Bernadette Early – Teagasc Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation)

Fatigue cattle syndrome and cattle bruising (Jacob Hagenmaier – Kansas State University)

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