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The AVA Annual Conference is the nation’s premier veterinary event, covering all fields of veterinary science and in 2017 brought together over 920 veterinary professionals and 115 exhibitors.

We hope you will join us for the 2018 AVA Annual Conference in Brisbane, 13-18 May.    
Visit conference.ava.com.au to register.    To download a pdf file of the entire program click here.
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Thursday, May 17 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Control of tick fever in introduced cattle

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Cattle introduced to properties within the cattle tick endemic regions of Australia, especially from cattle tick-free regions, may be susceptible to acute, life-threatening disease due to tick fever (babesiosis or anaplasmosis). Vaccines are available to help prevent clinical tick fever, but there are a number of considerations which need to be taken into account for vaccination to be effective. This presentation will cover the various factors affecting whether vaccination will be effective, and the common problems encountered with vaccination of introduced animals.

Speakers
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Phillip Carter

Department of Ag, Queensland


Thursday May 17, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm
Plaza P1 Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre