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Hurricane Harvey Relief
As many of you know, Hurricane Harvey has caused extensive, disastrous damage and flooding in Texas and on the Gulf Coast. Thousands have lost their homes and businesses, and their lives have been forever changed. Included in those affected are farmers and ranchers.
Below are some organizations accepting aid and donations to help the farmers, ranchers, and livestock that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.
State of Texas Agriculture Relief Fund
Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team
Texas Farm Bureau
Texas Animal Health Commission
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Relief Fund
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
For a broader list of relief organizations, please visit: Where to Donate to Harvey Victims (and How to Avoid Scams)
To quickly donate to the American Red Cross, you can text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10 (the donation is automatically applied to your phone bill).
“Yet the core of our association is anchored with our members… their integrity, their sound judgment, their joy, camaraderie, and commitment to each other.” – AETA Vision Statement
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Small Ruminant Embryo Transfer Training Video
Click the image below to watch the video (AETA members only). A DVD will be available for purchase soon.
Instant Replay of AETA Meeting (Membership Required)
The Education Committee and FASS IT are pleased to announce the first "Instant Replay" of sessions from the annual AETA Meeting. The audio and slides from all of the Friday afternoon sessions are now available for review at the Educational Materials section of the website.
This is a new project, and it is experimental at this point in time. Please view these recordings and give AETA any feedback you might have via email email@example.com.
The Cooperator Committee, Education Committee, and FASS Information and Technologies Department have collaborated to create a new format for displaying "trade leads".
To view the trade leads on the AETA website, simply login and click Trade Leads. In the Trade Leads journal, you will find a brief profile. Click on the PDF button to view the details about the trade lead. Also from the journal, you can click on the name to create an e-mail to the contact person.
These trade leads may be for embryos, semen, live cattle, trade seminars, and other activities. All of them are from this year, although some date back to trade shows in January and February. Please read the trade leads disclaimer.
Members and the general public visiting the website will be able to post a trade lead by clicking the List a Trade Lead tab. The submissions must be approved before they will be posted to the trade leads journal and be available for members to view.
We will post new trade leads as they become available and hope this format will be useful to you. Your suggestions are always welcome.