Nickie Baird, DVM, MS, DACVS
Dr. Baird received his undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University. He completed his DVM at Auburn in 1984. After a year in practice in northern Virginia he moved to Texas A&M University where he completed a rotating internship, a large animal surgery residency and one year on faculty. He then served on faculty at Auburn University for 8 years and the University of Pennsylvania for 3 years before joining the faculty at Purdue University in 2001. He provides surgical services for all large animals with a focus on food animal surgery. He is the co-editor/author of two textbooks (Sheep and Goat Medicine, and McIlwraith and Turner's Techniques in Large Animal Surgery).
- Food Animal Surgery
- These presentations cover large food animal surgery techniques from simple field procedures to the more involved clinic procedures
- Small Ruminant Surgery
- These presentations will discuss common field procedures as well as more involved clinic techniques.
- Camelid Surgery
- This presentation covers routine camelid surgical procedures for the large animal practitioner