Links

On this page we continuously collect links to other websites where you can find information about cattle practice and herd health management
 

Buiatrik.at 1 is the website of the Austrian Association for Buiatrics (ÖBG). Here you will find the dates of the annual meetings of the association, of national and international conferences, as well as information from the magazine Klauentierpraxis

On the website 
www.tgd.at 2 you will find not only the links to all animal health services of the Austrian federal states, animal health service programmes and forms, but also the new image film from the Austrian Animal Health Service (TGD).

Buiatrik.de 3 is operated by our cooperation partner Vetion.de. In addition to the latest news and practical information, Buiatrik.de also provides recorded lectures.

Vetion.de 3 provides a wealth of different information and offerings for veterinarians of all specialties. You can also use the site to access the e-learning offerings from Vetion.de and ATF (Academy for Veterinary Continuing Education) on myvetlearn.de.

The 
Journal of Dairy Science 4 is one of the world’s most important journals for cattle practice and dairy farming. In addition to the abstracts and a few articles (open access), the full texts from the current editions are unfortunately only available for ADSA members. A consolation: all readers have access to articles from editions that are more than 12 months old.

Fruchtbarkeitsmanagement.de 5offers a clear summary of the basics of the oestrus cycle and oestrus and ovulation synchronization. Downloadable tools and interactive examples are provided to facilitate an easy start into planned fertility management. The examples are mostly compiled for larger German farms. The site is operated by MSD Animal Health Germany.
www.fruchtbarkeitsmanagement.de 5
At 
www.hoards.com/webinars 6 you will find free English-language presentations (webinars) by renowned experts on current dairy farming topics.

www.vetvac.org 7 provides information on nearly 2,000 vaccines from 95 producers (all livestock vaccines available worldwide), GALVmed online vaccine database 

One-week trial studying in the field of livestock animals – science camp 8

 

  

Head

Univ.-Prof. Dr.med.vet. Marc Drillich Dipl.ECBHM Dipl.ECAR
T +43 1 25077-5296
E-Mail to Marc Drillich


 

Secretary

Dipl.-Ing. Anna Grasser
T +43 1 25077-6491; +43 2672 82335-31
E-Mail to Anna Grasser


 

Isabell Reiter 
T +43 1 25077-2153; +43 2672 82322-29 
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Address

Unit for Herd Health Management at the University Clinic for Ruminants – Vetmeduni Vienna

Kremesberg 12
A-2563 Pottenstein