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Meet the host
Dr. Clayton Johnson
Dr. Clayton Johnson is a partner and veterinarian Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. located in Carthage, Illinois. Dr. Johnson attended the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine, receiving a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, continuing on to complete the Executive Veterinary Program. His expertise in the training and development of veterinarians makes him a sought-after consultant throughout the world.
In 2020, Dr. Johnson was awarded with the distinguished Allen D. Leman Science in Practice Award. Considered the global swine industry’s premier award for swine veterinarians, the Science in Practice Award is given annually to veterinarians demonstrating an exceptional ability to utilize science in their everyday practice of health management.
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Federal University of Uberlandia
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Dr. Cesar Corzo
Associate Professor, University of Minnessota
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Smithfield Hog Production
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