Dr. Eric Moore is a second generation veterinarian from Superior, NE. He grew up working in his father’s veterinary practice and working at the local auction market. After graduating from the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, he worked at and owned a mixed animal practice in western and central Kansas.
In 2004, Dr. Moore returned to Kansas State University College of Veterinary medicine as a clinical instructor. In 2006 he went to work for Schering-Plough Animal Health, working for them until joining Norbrook, Inc., as director of technical services for North America.
Dr. Moore is a member of the Academy of Veterinary Consultants, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, and National Institute for Animal Agriculture, where he serves as co-chair of the antibiotics council and co-chair of the antimicrobial stewardship symposium. The National Institute for Animal Agriculture presented Dr. Moore their President’s Award for his work addressing the topics of antimicrobial stewardship and resistance.
Dr. Sides is a beef cattle nutritionist on the Zoetis technical services team. He has been with Zoetis (formerly Pfizer Animal Health) since 2003. He earned his doctorate in ruminant physiology and nutrition from the University of Wyoming in 1980 and both his BS in animal science and MS in beef cattle nutrition from New Mexico State University. Dr. Sides grew up working on family farms and ranches in New Mexico.
Dr. Sides has extensive beef industry experience, compiling more than 30 years working with organizations such as Intervet, Cargill Animal Nutrition, Moorman Manufacturing Company, Texas A&M and Utah State University.
Dr. Sides’ professional affiliations include the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists and the American Society of Animal Science. He has coauthored numerous papers and technical bulletins on estrus synchronization, feedlot growth promotion, effects of anti-microbials on feedlot health and performance, and parasite control in beef cattle.
MWI Animal Health
Dr. Catangui is a member of MWI's Technical Services groups. As a team, this group provides our clients with targeted expertise in integrated pest management, proactive disease/pathogen and performance management, animal drinking water quality improvement, biosecurity, and cleaning and disinfection.
In his role with the Technical Services team, Dr. Catangui provides our customers with science-based recommendations and strategies for the profitable and environmentally responsible implementation of integrated pest management programs, including best management practice recommendations on the effective, safe and responsible use of synthetic and organic insecticides and miticides on the farm. He also manages MWI Animal Health's pesticide resistance testing laboratory.