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A ground-breaking ceremony today at Kansas State University's Olathe campus marks the university's commitment to advancing animal health and food safety research and education in Kansas and the nation.
Genetic research and biotechnology programs are just a few of the opportunities that have been made available to Johnson County K-12 students through Kansas State University's Olathe campus. A task force working to help Kansas City stay competitive in a new economy is recognizing Kansas State University's contributions to the region, including the K-State Olathe campus. Kimathi Choma, director of undergraduate public health programs at K-State, speaks with Olathe School District students about educational and career opportunities at K-State's College of Veterinary Medicine.
Jim Lillich, associate professor of clinical sciences at K-State, gives Olathe North High School biotechnology students a tour of the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital. 2013 to current – Research and Development Food Technologist – Jennie O – Willmar, Minnesota2012 to 2013 – Associate Food Technologist in Research and Development – Jennie O – Willmar, Minnesota2007 to 2012 – Technician and Sr. A K-State veterinarian talks symptoms of the condition and offers suggestions in how to prevent late-term abortions caused by protozoa called neospora. An often-overlooked reason for late-term abortions in gestating beef cows and heifers is neosporosis, which is difficult to prevent.

Neosporosis, Hanzlicek said, is caused by neospora caninum, a coccidian parasite carried by dogs—wild and domestic. Dogs, coyotes, gray wolves and dingoes are the definitive hosts of neospora, and they become infected by eating bovine contaminated tissues such as muscle, placenta and aborted fetuses, Hanzlicek explained. Hanzlicek said neospora does not transmit from bovine to bovine, just canine to bovine and back to canine. For those calves born to infected cows or heifers, but are not aborted, they have about a 90 percent likelihood of being born with the disease, he said. Once a cow is infected, she is persistently infected throughout life, but the risk of abortion tends to decrease as a cow ages, Hanzlicek said. Hanzlicek said to help prevent the spread of neospora, keep dogs from eating aborted fetuses, placentas, or deceased cows or heifers that could be infected. For yield estimates from your state or across the midwest, check out the ProFarmer Crop Tour coverage from AgWeb. Choma represented the college at the school district's Ninth-grade Career Fair in October 2008.

She chose Ridgewater College, because of the reputation of the Veterinary Technology program and the close proximity to her hometown. Gregg Hanzlicek, director of production animal field investigations for the Kansas State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, said the laboratory has confirmed a handful of cases this spring calving season in Kansas.
It was first discovered in the United States in 1988, but tests on stored older tissues have confirmed the organism’s presence since at least the 1950s. The main effect of a neospora infection is an abortion, which typically happens after three months of gestation. Herds that have been infected for a long time typically show no visible negative effects, other than possibly an abortion rate slightly higher than expected but not considered an abortion storm.

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