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This one hour call done by Dr Hatler with Neotech hosted by APRI is basically a crash course on vaccinations. If you want to know more about vaccines, how they work, how they’re made, the pros and cons, and much more. I would recommend this call for anyone that has questions about this subject, as Dr Hatler has a simple way of explaining all of this in a way that even I could understand it. All of us as breeders could certainly learn more in this field, and this is a great place to do just that. This call, like all of the calls done by APRI, is CEU credible.

Dial…………………. 757-841-1184

Conference ID …. 626762# 

Call Number…….. 21623# 

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