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Equine Nutrition & Health Continuing Education Conference

The Equine Nutrition and Health Continuing Education Conference is designed to provide open exchange between presenters, equine veterinarians, veterinary students, Extension, and the Department of Agriculture. Topics will include relevant nutrition and health information for managing common conditions, diseases, and classifications of horses and other equids.

Conference attendance is open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary students, Extension agents/specialists, and Department of Agriculture personnel.

Attendees will receive 20 hours of veterinary CE credits, including 2 hours of USDA regulatory modules. The conference will also be submitted for ARPAS CE credit (number of hours assigned is dependent on final topic and modules to be presented). Speakers include faculty and clinicians from UT College of Veterinary Medicine and UT Department of Animal Science.

What People Are Saying

Overall, the conference was great and I am glad that I attended.
Thanks for putting this together — great job! Very relevant to my practice and daily operations.
Thank you for organizing the conference. Great information and ways to find information available to give to clients on a variety of topics!

Our next conference will be held at the Extension office in Rutherford County on January 29-30, 2021. Save the date!

Thank you to our 2020 conference sponsors and exhibitors!

Meal Sponsors

Boehringer Ingelheim Logo
Nutrena Logo
Nutrena

Break Sponsors

Buckeye Nutrition Logo
Co-op Logo
Purina Logo