Ontario Animal Health Network Veterinary Podcasts Veterinary Podcast station of the Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN) in Canada- we can also be downloaded from iTunes

October 14, 2021  

The OAHN bovine quarterly podcast report gives a quick update on laboratory data from Q2 with Dr. Rebecca Egan (AHL), and Dr. Cynthia Miltenburg (OMAFRA) and Dr. David Renaud (OVC) discuss disease test results from of cattle purchased into Ontario beef and dairy herds.  For more information, veterinarians can login to access full quarterly reports at www.oahn.ca.

September 23, 2021  

Dr. Kathryn Reif, an assistant professor and researcher at Kansas State University joins the OAHN Bovine network to discuss how to recognize bovine anaplasmosis, how the disease is transmitted, and why the risk to cattle in Ontario might be changing.

For more information, visit our Anaplasmosis Fact Sheet.

July 15, 2021  

The OAHN bovine quarterly podcast report gives a quick update on laboratory data from Q1, an overview on risk of lead toxicosis in cattle, and a global surveillance update focusing on Lumpy Skin Disease.  For more information, veterinarians can login to access full quarterly reports at www.oahn.ca.

April 15, 2021  

Dr. Cynthia Miltenburg of the OAHN Bovine network speaks with Dr. Jessica Gordon, a veterinarian and assistant professor in Ruminant Health Management at the Ontario Veterinary College, regarding a recent surveillance project on gastrointestinal parasites in cattle including management and how to help avoid increasing resistance issues. For more information on the project, veterinarians can login to www.oahn.ca

April 15, 2021  

The OAHN bovine quarterly podcast report gives a quick update on laboratory data from Q4, a wrap-up of Salmonella Dublin cases in Ontario in 2020, and a global surveillance update focusing on bovine tuberculosis.  For more information, veterinarians can login to access full quarterly reports at www.oahn.ca:

March 28, 2018  

We are joined by Dr. Maureen Anderson from OMAFRA and the OAHN Companion Animal network, who discusses the current status of rabies in Ontario. Dr. Anderson outlines current risks, how rabies is transmitted, and what you can do as a pet owner or vet if you think a pet has come in contact with a rabid animal. As well, Dr. Anderson explains where you can go for further resources about rabies in Ontario.

To access the OMAFRA rabies resource page, click here: http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/food/inspection/ahw/rabies.htm

Veterinarians can contact an OMAFRA veterinarian for assistance with the risk assessment, if needed, by calling the Agriculture Information Contact Centre (AICC) at 1-877-424-1300.

February 8, 2017  

We are joined by Alex Heim, the Premises Information Management Coordinator within the Food Safety and Traceability Branch at OMAFRA, to discuss the Provincial Premises Registry (PPR). We discuss what the PPR is, why it was developed, how it fits into the national plan, how you can register your premises, and much more.

To get more information or register your premises, you can visit https://www.ontarioppr.com, call 1-855-697-7743 (MY PPR ID), or contact Alex at Alexander.Heim@ontario.ca.

November 9, 2016  

We are joined by Dr. Dave Douglas, OAHN Bovine Network member and owner of Navan Veterinary Services, to discuss the OAHN project on "Surveillance for bovine calfhood disease including Salmonella Dublin." Dr. Douglas discusses the details of the research project and how bovine producers can get involved.

October 26, 2016  

We talk to Dr. Andy Brooks, a pathologist from the Animal Health Laboratory, about Salmonella dublin. Dr. Brooks discusses diagnosing, choosing tests for, and clinical hallmarks of Salmonella dublin from a pathologist's perspective.

October 12, 2016  

We are joined by Dr. Luc Bergeron from RAIZO to discuss Salmonella dublin in Quebec. Dr. Bergeron shares the history of Salmonella dublin in Quebec and what RAIZO and the Province of Quebec has done to address this disease in bovine.

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