The NMC 53rd Annual Meeting will be held January 26-28, 2014 at the Worthington Renaissance Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas. Known as “The City of Cowboys and Culture”, Fort Worth is located near Dallas, in north central Texas. The conference hotel is in the heart of downtown in historic Sundance Square, and just minutes from the famous Fort Worth Stockyards.
The NMC conference highlights the latest technical and applied information related to udder health, milking management, milk quality and milk safety. People from all over the world attend this international forum, which is targeted toward all individuals interested in mastitis control and quality milk production, including veterinarians, producers, researchers, extension specialists, consultants, industry suppliers, field staff, regulatory officials, and students.
The meeting begins Sunday afternoon (January 26) and ends Tuesday evening (January 28). Committee meetings and open discussion groups will be held Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. The general sessions and poster session will be held Monday and Tuesday, and the featured symposium will be Tuesday afternoon. The short courses will be held on Sunday afternoon/evening and Tuesday evening. There will be no educational sessions on Wednesday.
Register for the NMC meeting by January 3 and receive the early-bird discount on the registration fee. The final date for pre-registration is January 15. After January 15, you may register at the meeting. [Please note: the short courses may fill up before the deadlines and may not be available for late registration.]
For additional information on registration fees, click here.
For a quick link to online registration, click here.
To visit the NMC annual meeting program and information page, click here.