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UC Davis 9th Annual Cattle Improvement Symposium

Food Animal Reproduction & Medicine Club at UCD

The 9th Annual Cattle Improvement Symposium at UC Davis will be held on Saturday February 22nd, 2020, at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. The symposium is hosted by the Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine Club (FARM Club) in collaboration with Center for Continuing Professional Education. Lectures will be presented by UC Davis faculty, extension veterinarians and cattle industry leaders. The symposium is aimed at educating cattle producers on topics including mineral deficiencies, advanced reproductive techniques, environmental issues and sustainability, antimicrobial legislative updates, cattle genetics, as well as biosecurity and reportable infectious disease. In addition to our symposium, there will be several other veterinary-related symposia happening on February 22nd, fostering multi-disciplinary collaboration.

This Symposium is our club’s largest fundraiser of the year and the revenue generated from your donations provide our veterinary student members with a variety of opportunities throughout the year. These opportunities include wet labs, visits to production facilities, and funding for guest speakers. These are valuable learning opportunities for veterinary students interested in food animal medicine.

In return for your donation sponsoring our club activities, we are offering the following support opportunities:

Platinum Level $1000

Special Verbal Recognition at the beginning of the morning and afternoon sessions

‘Thank You’ slide display between lectures and during breaks

Acknowledgement on sponsorship banner

Option to advertise business with a table

Gold Level $500

Special Verbal Recognition at the beginning of the morning and afternoon sessions

Acknowledgement on sponsorship banner

Silver Track $250

Acknowledgement on sponsorship banner

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