On 2nd and 4th June, we broadcasted two live webinar days on Ovine Respiratory Complex online.
The webinars were taught by the speakers Christian de la Fe and José María González, who are ovine sector opinion leaders. Moreover, they were moderated by Raúl Martínez, a Syva ruminant technician.
The topics tackled were ‘Mycoplasma and Ovine Respiratory Pathology: Coherent Use of Antimicrobials’ and ‘Ovine Respiratory Complex: From Epidemiology to Prevention’.
This new digital format has enabled us to reach a very large number of people. More than 400 professionals from the ovine sector in Spain and Portugal have signed up for our event.
Both sessions had a very high level of specialized technical content. They were very interactive, interesting and dynamic for attendees.
We remind all those who signed up previously that the speaker recordings can be viewed until 12th July:https://syvawebseminar.com/
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