The Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) is committed to delivering timely and relevant science-based information to support profitability and sustainability in the Canadian beef industry.
The veterinary industry supports the beef sector both directly with medical procedures and access to medications and vaccinations, and in an ever-increasing advisory and consultative role. Recognizing this, we continually develop educational materials and decision-making tools for both producers and veterinary teams.
Access to our webinars for beef producers and vet teams is available through live and recorded events. These presentations can be:
- shared with your clinic staff for team building and education opportunities, and
- used for producer meetings and client education.
Several BCRC webinars are approved for one CE (continuing education) credit each for RVT’s across Canada. DVM credit is available in select provinces.
Live CE Events:
To receive a CE credit for a live event:
- register for the webinar as a DVM or RVT,
- watch the live event, then
- your CE certificate will be sent to you via email within three business days.
Recorded CE Events:
Sign up here to be notified of seasonal webinar recordings or select from these available archived webinars eligible for CE credit:
- Making the Most of Low-Quality Forage
- Hitting the Bullseye with Targeted Feeding
- Feed Testing to Improve Herd Health and Feed Management
- Don’t Roll the Dice with Johne’s
- Calving Season Data Collection
- Basics of Backgrounding
- Reproductive Failure in the Beef Herd
- Prevent External Parasites from Bugging Your Cattle
To receive a CE certificate for a recorded event:
- watch the full webinar recording,
- complete the corresponding quiz located in the webinar description,
- complete the quiz scoring >80%, then
- your CE credit will arrive shortly via email.
Please contact Dana Parker email@example.com, for more information on extension resources available for veterinary team building and education opportunities, materials available for beef producer meetings and client education, or more information on availability of CE credits for RVTs and veterinarians.