XXI Anembe International Congress
XXI Anembe International Congress

XXI Anembe International Congress

May 11, 2016 to May 13, 2016
Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones de Galicia Rúa de Miguel Ferro Caaveiro, s/n, 15707 - Santiago de Compostela - Spain
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The XXI International Congress of Bovine Medicine, will take place in Santiago de Compostela the next 11th, 12th and 13th of May, 2016. After the positive response obtained by the free communications sessions in the last congress in Burgos, the Board and the Scientific Committee of the XXI ANEMBE International Congress of Bovine Medicine would like to further enhance the presentation of clinical works and/or applied research from both the partners and the different organizations (Universities, Public Research Organizations, etc.) working in the field of buiatrics. We encourage you to submit your contributions in this forum.
Keynote addresses
– Juan Miguel Rodríguez (UCM)
Microbiota as a therapeutic tool.
– Fernando López Gatius.
Interactions between the cow and its environment.
Nutrition and management
– E.Chase. Cornell University.
The CNCPS model and its practical application in nutrition.
Low protein diets formulation.
– Fernando Soberon. Nutreco Canada Inc, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
The effect of milk or milk replacers’ nutrients intake in heifers before weaning on their milk production as adult animals.
The effect of increasing the frequency of milking during the beginning of lactation on the mammary performance, metabolism and development.
– Gordie Jones. CENTRAL SANDS DAIRY LLC. Wisconsin.
Expanding farms.
– Ralph Ward. Cumberland Valley Analytical Servicesr
Forage and food analysis: valid information for the correct decision-making.
– Julio Gordano. Department of Animal Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States
Economic impact of different reproductive management strategies in dairy farms: calculation and interpretations.
Artificial insemination at detected heat vs. systematic synchronization protocols: Are they incompatible programs?
– Reproductive biotechnologies: Opportunities and strategies for use:
IVF: Current development and programs in use. Rubén Fco Vázquez – Xenética Fontao
Practical application: Reproductive use and genetic programs in genomics era. Daniel Martínez Bello – Embriovet. Daniel Martínez Bello – Embriovet
Antibiotic therapy
– Christian Scherpenzeel. GD ANIMAL HEALTH
Rational use of antibiotics in the dry period.
– Speakers to be confirmed
Rational use of antibiotics in bovine medicine.
Breeding suckling calves without antibiotics.
Round Table: The future of antibiotic prescription
– Consuelo Rubio (Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicines)
The place we are heading in the use of antibiotics in Europe and Spain
– José Andrés Gil (National Veterinary Corps)
Responsibilities of the prescribing veterinarian
– Juan José Badiola (President of the General Council of Veterinary Colleges)
Presentation of the Council’s electronic prescription program, PRECRIVET
Economic management of dairy farms
– José Maria Romero Font (Atlantic Farm Solutions)
Discussion table: Managing veterinary groups
– José Hilario Martin Santos (Martín Santos)
– José Agüera .Centro Veterinario Tineo. Asturias; Fermín Rico. Galicia; Manuel V. Morales. Oceva. Zamora; Diego Ruiz. Covap. Córdoba.
Milk quality
– Thomas Fuhrmann. Dairy Works.
Work organization in the milking room. 
Work organization in the farm, the consultant’s role, motivation, etc.
– Gordie Jones. CENTRAL SANDS DAIRY LLC. Wisconsin.
“Cow confort”
Medicine and Surgery
– Thomas Wittek. University of Vienna.
Physiopathology of abomasum
Diagnosis of the diseases of the abomasum.
– Fubini . Cornell University. 
Abomasal ulcer.
– Interactive contest on medical and surgical problems in daily practice, with audience participation via Edu-click. .
Management and health of the newborn calf
– Ingrid Lorenz Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs. President of the European College of Bovine Health Management. UCD School of Veterinary Medicine. Dublin
Management of the newborn calf
– John F. Mee, Animal & Bioscience Research Department, Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Moorepark, Fermoy, Co. IRELAND.
Management of labour: veterinary advice.
Stillbirths and perinatal mortality: Veterinary research.
Respiratory diseases in calves
– Edouard TimsitDVM, PhD, ECBHM, University of Calgary, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Canada
New electronic technologies for BRD detection and diagnosis..
– Speakers to be confirmed
Management of respiratory disease in feedlots