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New Agricultural Applications for Antimicrobials. A Danger to Human Health: An Official Position Statement of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists

Samuel L. Aitken, Division of Pharmacy, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston;Thomas J. Dilworth, Department of
Pharmacy, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – St. Francis, Milwaukee; Emily L. Heil, Deprtment of Pharmacy, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore; Michael D. Nailor, Department of Pharmacy Services, Hartford Hospital, Department of Pharmacy Practice, University of Connecticut.;
PHARMACOTHERAPY Volume 36, Number 4, 2016
 

What Antibiotic-Resistant Superbug Discovery Means for US, CT

June 7, 2016 WNPR Broadcast - link to live podcast
 



 

SUMMER 2013 WORKSHOPS

From We-Feeders to Weed-Eaters:

   Controlling Weeds Through

   Animal Grazing

Darrell Emmick, Retired USDA Grazing

   Land Management Specialist

 

July 16      Watson Farm, Jamestown, RI

July 17      Laurel Ridge Farm, Litchfield, CT

July 18      UMASS Farm, South Deerfield, MA


 

WORKSHOPS 2012

 

 

Nutrition's Role in Sustainable Livestock Production Practices

A workshop series for agricultural service providers and farmers on nutrition and its direct link to the health and well-being of animals

 

Upcoming Workshops:

Check back soon for 2019 workshop dates!


Click below for the 2018 programs

2018 SARE Classroom Workshops
2018 SARE Field Workshops

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Register here for any or all 2018 workshops

Click below for a link to the 2018 classroom presentations

-Basic animal nutrition concepts and their ties to animal health - 5/18/18 Workshop


-Sustainably feeding animals and using body condition scoring to evaulate animals - 6/21/18 workshop


-Animal health and diseases related to nutrition - 7/31/18 workshop

Joyce Meader
Katherine Petersson
Maria Hoffman

Upcoming Agricultural Events

NESARE - Farmer Grant Applications

Northeast SARE is now accpecting farmer grant applications, due by November 27th 2018

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