October 1 - 3, 2014
South Sioux City, Nebraska
The meeting has evolved from its establishment in1914. At that time most of the veterinarians arrived by trains and common topics were Hog Cholera and Erysipelas. The Interstate Veterinary Meeting started as a one day event, but since 1950 has offered both small animal and large animal sessions spanning 2 and a half days.
The name of the event has also changed in the more recent years. It is now called the Lewis and Clark Veterinary Conference, which is sponsored by the Interstate Veterinary Medical Association, Inc.
In addition to offering a variety of educational topics every year, the meeting has also offered entertainment. For a number of years, people enjoyed a social hour followed by a dance; more recently, however, the group has utilized the Lamb Production Dinner Theater following a social hour on Thursday evening. The meeting has also offered entertainment for the spouses of the veterinarians attending the meeting. The Auxiliary committee organizes a lunch and entertainment discussing various topics.
The meeting has had good attendance over the years and has attracted many veterinarians and their spouses. The record attendance for an individual meeting was back in the 80s with more than 300 veterinarians present.
Many people have made this meeting successful over the years and there are too many people to thank. This group has utilized both industry veterinarians and top speakers such as Baxter Black, Temple Grandin and many more. Please register and come find out for yourself what makes the Lewis and Clark Veterinary Conference economical and enjoyable to attend.