ISU James D. McKean Swine Disease Conference registration now open
This year's program will be a hybrid meeting, with options for attendees to attend a live meeting or join the meeting virtually.
Source: ISU James D. McKean Swine Disease Conference
via National Hog Farmer - Oct 14, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the 2020 ISU James D. McKean Swine Disease Conference has moved to a hybrid model. The event, sponsored by the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, the Iowa Pork Industry Center, the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of Swine Veterinarians, District 6, will be held at the Scheman Building, in Ames, Iowa, on Nov. 5.
The conference was renamed in 2015 after the death of longtime conference chair, James D. McKean, and was previously known as the Annual Swine Disease Conference for Swine Practitioners. The program is designed to answer daily concerns of swine practitioners.
This year's program will be a hybrid meeting, with options for attendees to attend a live meeting (in accordance with ISU COVID-19 guidelines) or join the meeting virtually. Consolidated into a one-day event, the program will continue to focus on issues that are important to swine veterinarians and producers in these challenging times, such as: