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Effective Livestock Care

Healthier Livestock for More Prosperous Families

With much of the world still reliant on sustenance farming, healthy livestock often makes the difference between proper nutrition and malnourishment. Effective Livestock Care (ELC) helps people better their living conditions by training rural families and sustenance farmers on the basic care and treatment of livestock.

In 29 bi-lingual sessions, Dr. Peter Quesenberry of Christian Veterinary Mission, along with his colleagues Dr. Fred Gardener and Dr. Jean Reed, cover essential topics out of his well-known book “Where There is no Animal Doctor”. ELC uses in-studio lectures supplemented with abundant live, in-field examples, as well as numerous pictures and diagrams, to take full advantage of the video format.

Volume I

Volume I covers the fundamental care, feeding, and housing of livestock. It includes training in basic disease prevention as well as the treatment of wounds and fractures.

  • Pens and Grazing Locations
  • Clean Living Conditions
  • Disease Prevention
  • Examination of a Cow
  • General Livestock Examination
  • Animal Restraint Techniques
  • Wound Treatment
  • Internal and External Parasites
  • Basics of Animal Nutrition
  • Fractures and Lameness
  • Making Local Medicines
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Working with the Local Community

Volume II

Volume II takes the training to a greater depth, covering basic disease diagnosis and treatment as well as the administration of antibiotics and medication. Volume II is recommended for the training of animal health workers who wish to specialize in working with local veterinarians or government officials.

  • Administering Medication
  • Animal Reproduction
  • Livestock Castration Techniques
  • Reproductive System Disorders
  • Pregnancy and Deliveries
  • Pregnancy and Complications
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Digestive System Disorders Part 1
  • Digestive System Disorders Part 2
  • Advanced Local Medicines
  • Treatment of Parasites
  • Skin Problems
  • Urinary Tract Disorders
  • Advanced Poultry Health
  • Preventing the Spread of Common Diseases
  • Special Handling of Common Medicines

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