You know heifers are your future - but do you care for them that way, every day, from birth to calving? Heifer Health at a Forgotten Age is the topic for DCHA's October webinar, brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc.

Clear your calendars for 1 p.m. CDT on Thursday, Oct.  20, to hear Professional Services Veterinarian Mark van der List, BVSc, MPVM, share the essential components to successful heifer health management - especially between weaning and breeding. In this one-hour webinar, Dr. van der List will discuss heifer health issues, including timing of vaccinations as well as the most common mistakes that lead to vaccine failure.   

Date: Thursday, October 20  

Time: 1:00 p.m. CDT  

This webinar is sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc..  

Register here!

DCHA member registration is FREE, and non-members may register for a $25 fee. 

About our speaker 

Dr. van der List, BVSc, MPVM, spent 12 years working in private practices, which included mixed-animal practices in Australia and England, a dairy practice in California and a large dairy company in Saudi Arabia. He was also associated with the University of California - Davis for more than 10 years, first completing a residency program and master's degree, and later as a Production Medicine Clinician. Dr. van der List worked with Fort Dodge Animal Health for four years as a Professional Services Veterinarian and joined Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. in 2009. Dr. van der List attended the University of Queensland, Australia, BVSc; University of California - Davis, MPVM.

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The Dairy Calf & Heifer Association is the only national organization of calf and heifer growers,  partnered with allied industry and academia, who are dedicated to raising high-quality dairy calves and replacement heifers. DCHA strives to provide educational programs and professional development opportunities for producers and allied industry; develop a communication network for dairy calf and heifer growers, dairy producers and allied industry; establish business and ethical standards for the industry; and enhance the profitability of member growers and the dairy industry they serve.