Veterinary School Faculty to Speak at the Minnesota Horse Expo

The University of Minnesota Equine Center is dedicated to advancing the health, well-being, and performance of the horse. At the 2006 Minnesota Horse Expo, the University of Minnesota’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Equine Center faculty

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The University of Minnesota Equine Center is dedicated to advancing the health, well-being, and performance of the horse. At the 2006 Minnesota Horse Expo, the University of Minnesota’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Equine Center faculty will present on a variety of topics important to the horse community. All presentations will be held in the Ramberg Building located on the Minnesota State Fair Grounds in. St. Paul.
 
Topics include:



  • The colicky horse

  • Why won’t my mare get (and stay) pregnant?

  • Laminitis

  • Breathless: Heaves in Horses

  • Snotty Noses–What Could It Be?

  • Treating Equine Sarcoids: A New Option for an Old Problem

For more detailed information and a timetable of the veterinary school events, visit www.cvm.umn.edu and click on 2006 MN Horse Expo. For information on the Minnesota Horse Expo, visit www.mnhorseexpo.org.


While visiting the Horse Expo, don’t miss the opportunity to tour the Veterinary Medical Center Large Animal Hospital, meet equine veterinarians, and learn more about the services offered by the University of Minnesota. The Veterinary Medical Center is located just west of the fairgrounds. Each tour is limited to 50 people, and tour passes will be available on a first-come, first-serve. Buses will pick up and drop off participants at the bus stop located by the Horse Expo entrance on Liggett Street

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