Conferences and Conference  Papers

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Note that some of the bibliographies listed in the Bibliography section, also contain conference papers.

A full listing of llama conferences with details of proceedings will appear here in due course

1985 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

1987 3rd Annual East Coast Llama Conference

1988 Proceedings of Joint Conference of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians and American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians, November 6-10, 1988, Toronto, Ontario. 

1989 Llama medicine. 

1990 Symposium on diseases of small ruminants. Corvallis, Oregon, June 7-9, 1990.

1991 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

1992 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

1993 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

1994 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

1996   BVCS conference, (Proceedings available to members on-line)

1997 One Hundred and First Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 18-24 October, 1997. 

1997   BVCS conference, (Proceedings available to members on-line)

1998 International Camelid Health Conference

1998 One Hundred and Second Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 3-9 October

1998   BVCS conference, (Proceedings available to members on-line)

1999 International Camelid Health Conference

1999   BVCS conference, (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2000 International Camelid Health Conference

2000  BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2001 International Camelid Health Conference

2001 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2002 International Camelid Health Conference

2002 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2003 International Camelid Health Conference

2003  BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2004 International Camelid Health Conference

2004 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2005 International Camelid Health Conference

2005  International Society of CamelidResearch and Development Conference.

2005 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2006 International Camelid Health Conference

2006 1st Conference of the International Society of Camelid Research and Development. April, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates

2006 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2007 International Camelid Health Conference,  Corvallis, Oregon

2007 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2007 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2008 International Camelid Health Conference, Ohio State University, OH

2008 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2008 1st International Workshop on Camelid Genetics. February 22-24, Scottsdale, Arizona

2008 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2009 International Camelid Health Conference, March 12-15, Corvallis, Oregon

2009 2nd International Society of Camelid Research and Development

2009 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2009 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2010 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2010 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2011 The International Camelid Health Conference, Orlando, FL

2011 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2012 The International Camelid Health Conference, Ohio State University, OH

2012 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2012 North American Veterinary Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, 14-18 January.

2102 3rd International Society of Camelid Research and Development

2012 3rd Conference of the International Society of Camelid Research and Development - Muscat, Oman.  (http://www.vetelib.com/threads/20228-3rd-Conference-of-the-International-Society-of-Camelid-Research-and-Development-2012?highlight=camelids).

2013 The International Camelid Health Conference, Ohio State University, OH

2013 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2013 BVCS conference

2014 The International Camelid Health Conference, Ohio State University

2014 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2014 BVCS conference

2015 The International Camelid Health Conference, University of Minnesota

2015 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2015 4th International Society of Camelid Research and Development

2015 BVCS conference

2016  The International Camelid Health Conference, March, Ohio State university, OH.

2016 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2016 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference

2017 The International Camelid Health Conference, March, Corvallis, OR

2017— The First International Camelid Congress July, Vienna, AA

2017 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference, Lancaster PA, October

2017 BVCS conference (Proceedings available to members on-line)

2018 Camelid Health Conference, Ohio State University, March, Columbus, OH

2018 Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association Conference, Lancaster PA, October

2018 Camelid Conference, University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, August

2019 Southern States Llama Association Annual Conference, Athens, Georgia, March


Select listing of conferencepapers with llama content.

 

  1. Proceedings of Joint Conference of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians and American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians, November 6-10, 1988, Toronto, Ontario, Lwrence, Kansas, Usa, A. A. o. Z. V., Ed. Lwrence, Kansas, 1988; p 204 pp.
  2. Proceedings One Hundred and First Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 18-24 October, 1997, Richmond, Usa, U. S. A. H. A., Ed. United States Animal Health Association: Richmond, 1997; p liii + 619 pp.
  3. Proceedings: One Hundred and Second Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 3-9 October, 1998, Richmond, Usa, U. S. A. H. A., Ed. United States Animal Health Association: Richmond, 1998; p 756 pp.
  4. Large Animal Proceedings. North American Veterinary Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, 14-18 January 2012. Volume 26, Gainesville, The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  5. Adam, C. L.; Bourka, D. A.; Kyle, C. E.; Young, P.; McEvoy, T. G., Ovulation and embryo recovery in the llama. R & W Publications: Newmarket, 1992; pp 125-127.
  6. Anderson, D. E., Common surgical procedures in camelids. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2004; pp 118-125.
  7. Anderson, D. E., Colic in alpacas and llamas: is surgery indicated? The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  8. Anderson, D. E., Routine camelid procedures - Part 1: Castration of alpacas and llamas. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  9. Anderson, D. E., Periapical tooth root infections in llamas and alpacas. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  10. Anderson, D. E., Cesarean section in small ruminants - Part 2: Uterine torsion and cesarean section in Llamas and Alpacas. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  11. Anderson, D. E., Anesthesia, analgesia, and chemical restraint in the clinic and on the farm - Part 1: Handling, restraint, and field anesthesia of camelids. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  12. Anderson, D. E., Cesarean section in small ruminant practice: how to make the best out of a bad situation. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2016; pp 285-290.
  13. Bourke, D. A.; Adam, C. L.; Kyle, C. E.; Young, P.; McEvoy, T. G., Superovulation and embryo transfer in the llama. R & W Publications: Newmarket, 1992; pp 183-185.
  14. Bouts, T.; Oura, C., Developing a vaccination plan and serological responses of BTV-8 vaccinated zoo animals. Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research: Berlin, 2009; pp 3-6.
  15. Buchenauer, D.; Putten, G. v.; Sambraus, H. H.; Zeeb, K. In Current research into animal welfare and livestock production 1997. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference of Applied Ethology for Livestock, German Veterinary Society, Behavioural Research Group. Freiburg/Breisgau, Germany, 4-6 December 1997, Darmstadt, KTBL Kuratorium fur Technik und Bauwesen in der Landwirtschaft: Darmstadt, 1998; pp 0-186 pp.
  16. Cardellino, R.; Rosati, A.; Mosconi, C. In Current Status of Genetic Resources, Recording and Production Systems in African, Asian and American Camelids, Sousse, Tunisia, 30 May 2004, Roma, International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR): Roma, 2004; p 163 pp.
  17. Cebra, C., Uterine torsion in llamas and alpacas. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2007; pp 174-175.
  18. Cebra, C., Internal parasites in llamas and alpacas: importance and detection methods. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2007; pp 251-252.
  19. Cotton, T., Infertility in male and female llamas. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2008; p 294.
  20. Cotton, T., Reproductive physiology of camelids, male and female. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2008; p 285.
  21. Cotton, T., Reproductive hormones in camelids. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2008; p 290.
  22. Huber, M. J., Practical analgesic techniques for small ruminants and camelids. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2011; pp 101-102.
  23. Huber, M. J., Simple techniques for managing complicated fractures in camelids and small ruminants. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2011; pp 103-105.
  24. Huber, M. J., Regional perfusion of antimicrobials as a complementary treatment for soft tissue, bone, or joint infections in sheep, goats, and camelids. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2011; pp 106-110.
  25. Huber, M. J., Small ruminant fracture repair. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2012; p unpaginated.
  26. Hunter, D., Brucellosis and Johne's disease in cervids and bovids. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; pp 309-311.
  27. Jackling, F. C.; Vaughan, J. L.; Goddard, M. E.; Appleton, B. R., Genetic diversity in alpacas: can inbreeding explain the high prevalence of congenital defects? Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics: Armidale, 2011; pp 442-445.
  28. Johnson, L. W., Neonatology of llamas and alpacas. Eastern States Veterinary Association: Gainesville, 2005; pp 306-308.
  29. Johnson, L. W., Dermatologic problems of small ruminants. Eastern States Veterinary Association: Gainesville, 2005; pp 299-300.
  30. Johnson, L. W., Small ruminant tips for the small animal practitioner. Eastern States Veterinary Association: Gainesville, 2005; pp 301-303.
  31. Johnson, L. W., Keeping small ruminant field anesthesia simple. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; p 345.
  32. Johnson, L. W., Camelid committee conception. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; pp 346-347.
  33. Kataria, A. K., Camel immunology: myths and facts. College of Veterinary & Animal Science: Rajasthan, 2007; pp 63-67.
  34. Knight, A. P., Plant poisoning of small ruminants. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2004; pp 127-134.
  35. Kreuder, A., Small ruminant and camelid pregnancy diagnosis and fetal counting using ultrasound. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2015; pp 288-290.
  36. Long, P. O., Uterine torsion correction in alpacas - a field approach. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; p 367.
  37. Long, P. O., Camelid herd health and husbandry - basics and how to communicate them. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; pp 362-364.
  38. Long, P. O., Cria care - how to deal with the normal and abnormal. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; pp 357-359.
  39. Navarre, C. B., Simplified nutrition of camelids. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2003; pp 287-289.
  40. Navarre, C. B., Fluid therapy in small ruminants. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2007; pp 176-178.
  41. Palazzo, L.; Quaranta, V.; Brigante, B.; Nesta, S.; Vignola, M.; Haouet, M. N.; Muscarella, M., Metolcarb intoxication in Tibetan goats (Capra hircus domestica) and llama (Lama glama) of a park zoo [Conference poster]. Società Italiana di Diagnostica di Laboratorio Veterinaria (SIDiLV): Parma, 2013; pp 399-400.
  42. Perosino, M.; Grattarola, C.; Abete, M. C.; Dondo, A.; Giorgi, I.; Zoppi, S., Metolcarb intoxication in Tibetan goats (Capra hircus domestica) and llama (Lama glama) of a park zoo [Conference poster]. Società Italiana di Diagnostica di Laboratorio Veterinaria (SIDiLV): Parma, 2013; pp 401-402.
  43. Pugh, D. G.; Waldridge, B. M., Goat and llama trace mineral nutrition. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2004; pp 112-113.
  44. Saun, R. J. v., Understanding copper nutrition in small ruminants. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2012; pp 155-160.
  45. Schmidt, N., What small animal technicians and assistants need to know about small ruminants. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2010; pp 142-145.
  46. Snyder, J.; Schmidt, N., Physical exam and restraint of small ruminants and dietary considerations. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 127-130.
  47. Snyder, J.; Schmidt, N., Small ruminants - laboratory considerations and sample collection. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 131-133.
  48. Snyder, J.; Schmidt, N., Anesthesia, analgesia, pain management, and humane considerations. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 134-137.
  49. Snyder, J. H., Small ruminant tips for small animal practitioners. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2007; pp 664-667.
  50. Snyder, J. H.; Wolff, P. L., Small ruminant tips for small animal practitioners. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 331-337.
  51. Tibary, A., Reproductive emergencies in camelids. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 338-341.
  52. Videla, R., Working with camelid neonates. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2016; pp 324-326.
  53. Videla, R., Neurologic disease in camelids. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2016; pp 327-329.
  54. Walker, P. G., Camelid case reports: the good, the bad, and the ugly! North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2015; pp 320-323.
  55. Warner, M. M. a.; Warner, M.; Conference., I. L. In Proceedings of the International Llama Conference, [S.l, s.n.]: [S.l, 1988.
  56. Williamson, L. H., Fecal fluency: a review of fecal tests and how to interpret the results. American Association of Bovine Practitioners: Stillwater, 2014; pp 102-106.
  57. Williamson, L. H., Barber pole worms and camelids: when worlds collide. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2014; p unpaginated.
  58. Williamson, L. H., Ten reasons to be called to a camelid farm and what you need to know before you get there. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2014; p unpaginated.
  59. Williamson, L. H., Camelid scientific investigations (CSI): what's new from the research front that you can use in your practice. North American Veterinary Community (NAVC): Gainesville, 2014; p unpaginated.
  60. Wolff, P. L., The geriatric small ruminant - dental care, body condition scoring, and nutrition. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2007; pp 290-292.
  61. Wolff, P. L., Welfare issues in small ruminants. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 361-363.
  62. Wolff, P. L., Geriatric small ruminants - how to keep them healthy and happy. The North American Veterinary Conference: Gainesville, 2009; pp 364-365.

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