The Round Barn Podcast
Dr. Jim Lowe and Kaylee Hillinger have a conversation about the fresh start that the fall season brings to the University. They discuss the varied learning experiences that the first-year veterinary students will have compared to their senior peers, the fourth-year students who began their veterinary school journey at the onset of the pandemic.
Dr. Jim Lowe and Kaylee Hillinger converse about the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine’s involvement in the Illinois State Fair. The fair serves as an exceptional platform for veterinary students to learn and gain experience. Additionally, it provides a valuable opportunity to engage with children and inspire them to pursue a career in…
In 2024, Mexico intends to phase out genetically engineered corn and glyphosate. Mexico is a major importer of US corn, corn that is primarily genetically engineered with glyphosate use. Dr. Jim Lowe and Kaylee Hillinger talk about what that means for Mexico, Mexico livestock producers, US grain farmers and livestock producers.
Dr. Jim Lowe and Kaylee Hillinger set the record straight on the social media claims that cattle are vaccinated with mRNA vaccines. Does this new frenzy of misinformation have any impact on cattle producers?
Foreign animal disease preparedness is a top priority for anyone in the livestock industry and for the organizations that support them. Kaylee Hillinger and Dr. Jim Lowe have African Swine Fever on their minds, but expand the conversation to other foreign animal diseases. Are we ready and what’s the plan?
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