BVDzero Team will provide a total prize of 15,000 euros for the top 10 clinical cases entered. Any person involved in the cattle industry is eligible for participation. Areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, research, diagnostics, animal science, veterinary practice, production veterinary medicine, cattle production and animal health & welfare. The list of the 2018 winners which also includes the awarded amounts is available here.
Through the ‘BVDzero Case Awards’, Boehringer Ingelheim aims to encourage the search for both clinical and subclinical cases of BVD (Bovine viral diarrhea) in cattle herds. The company believes that it will help increase the awareness of BVD and, as a result, help reduce its prevalence. Applications can be submitted until 20 March 2020.
Visit https://awards.bvdzero.com/ for more information.