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Did you miss the 2021 ASAS Midwest Virtual Meeting? You can still access the recordings by registering for the meeting online.

How do I login and where do I find my "access key"?

  • If you already registered and need to have your access details re-sent, click on "Login” in the upper right of the page and click on "Forgot Access Key".
  • If you just registered for the meeting, you will receive your login details within 30 minutes (between 6:00 AM and 10:00 PM CDT).
  • If you register after 10:00 PM CDT, you will receive access at 6:00 AM CDT the following day.


To access the Livestream Feeds, please press the play button on the screen after you have clicked on the Live Stream button to launch the Live Stream Feed.


Welcome to the 2021 Annual ASAS Midwest Section Virtual Meeting!

We are very pleased that you have taken the opportunity to engage in the 2021 ASAS Midwest Section Meeting. While we will miss not being able to meet in person for this meeting, we are confident that the virtual format will offer the same high-quality, impactful science that the Midwest Section is historically known to provide. The distance delivery approach offers great opportunities to watch, participate, and learn from individuals who are prepared and ready to present their scientific results and expertise through this virtual venue. We hope you will take full advantage of the scientific program.

If you have problems navigating the system, please do not hesitate to reach out to our wonderful ASAS staff or one of the Midwest ASAS Board Members. As a reminder, the awards program will highlight excellence in early career achievements, and each awardee had the opportunity to provide a 30-minute presentation that highlights keys to their success and advice to future scientists. Those presentations can be found in the Livestream Sessions schedule. The Academic Quadrathlon Quiz Bowl Finals are always a highlight of the Annual Midwest ASAS Meetings and will be held on Tuesday evening immediately following the Awards Program.

Finally, we are very grateful to our sponsors who have partnered with us, supported us, and continue to bridge the gaps between academia and industry that keep us impactful in increasing knowledge of companion and food animal production, health, and well-being. Thank you sponsors for your support!

I look forward to seeing you throughout the week. Thanks again for your membership to this important society and for your attendance at this meeting.

Enjoy the week!

Clint Krehbiel, ASAS Midwest President
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