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Friday, October 03, 2014

Event Announcement: William Moyer, DVM Headlines Myhre Equine's 27th Farrier-Veterinarian Conference


WHAT: Myhre Equine Clinic's Annual Farrier-Veterinarian Conference
WHEN: Thursday and Friday, October 9-10, 2014
WHERE: Rochester, New Hampshire
WHO: Farriers and veterinarians
WHY: Dr. William Moyer, guest speaker

Farriers and veterinarians in the New England states will come together next week to share their knowledge and hear lectures by Dr. William Moyer at the Myhre Equine Clinic's Farrier-Veterinarian Conference, to be held at Myhre Equine Clinic in Rochester, New Hampshire on October 9-10, 2014. (Click the link below to read more.)


Professor William Moyer of the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas makes a trip north to serve as this year's main speaker at the Myhre Equine Clinic Farrier-Veterinarian Conference, now in its 27th year. As always, the conference will mix lectures with cases referred from conference participants. Thursday will be lectures and Friday will be a chance to work on some horses. Don't miss this chance to catch up with Dr. Moyer and re-connect with farriers and veterinarians in New England.

Thursday, October 9 Schedule  (lectures all day)
7:30 AM  Registration and Coffee.
8:00 AM Morning lectures: 1. Equine shoeing and lameness—the past and future.
2. What should we believe, and how do we differentiate between fact and fiction?
3. Clinical examination of the foot: all by Dr. Moyer
 11:30 AM Lunch and updates from sponsors.
12:30 PM  "Myhre Minute": The latest and greatest in diagnostics and treatment: Grant Myhre, DVM, and Steve Kraus, BS, CJF
1:00 PM Chronic laminitis: Dealing with the myriad complications—the horse, the client, the Internet, and others:  Dr. Moyer
2:00 PM Coffee break.
2:30 PM How can farriers and veterinarians deal with foot problems without a definitive diagnosis? Dr. Moyer
3:30 PM Simple, reliable hoof crack repair: Dr. Moyer
4:00 PM Panel discussion.
5:00 PM Q&A with wine, cheese, and Molson Golden beer, a tribute to Bill Rebhun.
6:00 PM Dinner.

Friday, October 10 Schedule (Wet Lab)
8 AM to 5 PM Lameness exams, cases from the field, with Dr. Moyer

Please refer difficult lameness cases for workup on Friday; both farriers and veterinarians are encouraged to participate in case workups and farriery. Clients may receive up to 50% off fees.

More details:

Printable registration form link
Printable conference brochure link
Printable sponsor opportunities letter
Printable sponsor or exhibitor form

Registration fee: $95 per day or $150 for two days. CE Credits are available.

Myhre Equine Clinic
100 Ten Rod Road
Rochester, NH 03867
Tel 603-335-4777
Email myhreequine@gmail.com
Website http://www.myhreequine.com/
 
Myhre Equine Clinic is located in southeastern New Hampshire, just off Route 16/Spaulding Turnpike. It is reached easily from Interstate 95 and is convenient to the Manchester, New Hampshire and Boston airports. 


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