World Association for Buiatrics (WAB)
Société mondiale de buiatrie (AMB)
Asociación Mundial de Buiatria (AMB)
Welt-Gesellschaft für Buiatrik (WGB)
1962-05-17 Vienna Austria
Founded 17 May 1962, Vienna (Austria), at 2nd International Congress on Cattle Diseases, preliminary meeting having been held 6-10 Oct 1960, Hannover (Germany FR). Statutes amended 6-10 Jul 1998, Sydney (Australia). New statutes adopted, Jul 2008, Budapest (Hungary).
Propagate scientific and practical knowledge of the diseases, management and production of both dairy and beef cattle; improve competitiveness of the bovine practitioner by contributing to a high standard of basic veterinary education in all aspects of bovine medicine and production and ensuring continuous retraining; promote such practitioners as essential partners for animal health and welfare, optimal and profitable production and consumer safety; anticipate and adapt speedily to changes in consumer requirements and available production techniques.
Events2020-09-27 | Madrid, Spain – Biennial Congress
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