Nickie Baird, DVM, MS, DACVS

Bio

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).

Past Presentations

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

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