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Stephen R. Purdy

President

The Nuñoa Project

HQ Phone:  (518) 569-2413

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Email: s***@***.org

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The Nuñoa Project

69 Santo Lane

Au Sable Forks, New York,12912

United States

Company Description

We are a group of like minded members of the alpaca community who are concerned about the welfare of the people, children and animals of Peru. This is a country that is home to the world's largest population of alpacas. Unlike in the United States where veteri...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor In the Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences

University of Massachusetts


Affiliations

Blue Star Equiculture Inc

Board Member


Stemtech International Inc

Scientific Advisor for Clinical Studies On Animals


Save Your Ass

Board Member and Author of Donkeys


Stemtech International Inc

Scientific Advisor for Clinical Studies On Animals


New England Animal Health Institute

President


Million Dollar Roundtable

Lifetime Member


Education

B.S. degree

U.S.


DVM

Amherst


DVM

Cornell University


DVM

Dept. of Veterinary and Animal Science

University of Massachusetts.


Web References(174 Total References)


Board of Directors | Blue Star Equiculture

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Dr. Steve Purdy, DVM
Steve Purdy received his DVM degree in 1981 from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. He has been engaged in large animal clinical practice since that time. He is the President of Nunoa Project Peru, a non-profit organization committed to the improvement of health and well-being of animals and people in the southern Peruvian highlands. He works in Peru with improving camelid production and providing education programs for producers. He is also Director of the North American Camelid Studies Program in the US, and is very interested in the preventive medicine aspects of the management of camelids. His special interests include reproduction and infectious diseases of farm animal species. He is a board member and strong advocate for two equine rescues: Blue Star Equiculture in MA and Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue in NH. Dr. Purdy is committed to teaching practical large animal subjects to farmers, students, and veterinarians. He is involved in practical educational projects which promote improvement of camelid and equine health.


LLE Insider - January

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Dr. Stephen Purdy, Director of the UMass Camelid Studies program, visited Morning Beckons Farm with several of his animal science students visited Morning Beckons Farm last month.
The information gathered from this visit will be used to help with Dr. Purdy's work with the non-profit Nunoa Project. The Project's mission is to help Peruvian people and camelids improve their quality of life. Dr. Purdy, the staff of Nunoa, and Peruvian municipal officials plan to help farmers use the information from this visit to improve their herds. To read an article from the Reminder News about Dr. Purdy's visit to Morning Beckons Farm and about Dr. Purdy's work, click here. Fecal / IgG Seminar with Dr. Steve Purdy Presenter: Dr. Steve Purdy Director of Camelid Studies at UMass Host: Pootcorners.


LLE Insider - February

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Catching up with Dr. Steve Purdy and the Nunoa Project
Dr. Purdy has just returned from a trip to Peru. We reached out to him for an update on his amazing work with the NUNOA Project and we want to share it with you. Last month, Dr. Purdy was there with the staff veterinarian, Gisela Marcoppido, from Argentina. in the southern Andes July 5-16, 2013 (please contact Steve Purdy at srpurdy@nunoaproject.org for details) Dr. Steve Purdy just recently moved his North American Camelid Studies Program teaching and research programs to a private farm in Amherst, MA. He is currently offering courses to veterinary students, veterinarians and alpaca owners. Click here to learn more about the courses being offered and all about the NUNOA Project and how you can get involved. Dr. Purdy is also holding a Fecal & IgG Seminar at Pootcorners in Palmerston Ontario on Saturday, March 2. Click here for details. As you can see, Dr. Purdy has a lot going on. We will include more articles in the future to keep you abreast of the important work that Dr. Purdy is doing. Fecal / IgG Seminar with Dr. Steve Purdy Presenter: Dr. Steve Purdy President of Nunoa Project and Director of the North American Camelid Studies Program Host: Dr. Purdy


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Stephen R Purdy, DVM
Dr. Steve Purdy now on the Board at the Theriogenology Foundation Dr. Purdy, President of Nunoa Project and Director of the North American Camelid Studies Program, has just begun his tenure on the Theriogenology Foundation Board of Directors and Global Outreach Task Force Committee. Dr. Purdy was recruited by the foundation as result of his past teaching and research work with alpacas and ongoing work with alpaca farmers in Peru. The Theriogenology Foundation is a global non-profit which believes that the preservation and reproduction of animals is essential to human welfare. By engaging specialists in animal reproductive health and productivity, the Theriogenology Foundation formulates and implements solutions to combat human and animal diseases which threaten food security and the social and economic health of the world's population. Dr. Purdy also is the author of the Animal Health Initiatives section for alpacas and llamas on the website. He is looking forward to working with the Foundation on global improvements in animal production through improved reproduction management. To learn more about the Theriogenology Foundation and to read "Alpacas & llamas... 10 thngs you should know", click here. To read the latest update from Dr. Purdy, click here. For more info, go to: www.nunoaproject.org. To contact Dr. Purdy, Pittsburgh closer Jason Grilli and his father Steve were the third to do it, followed by Jeff Russell and his son James, a reliever for the Cubs who saved his first game in May of 2013.


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See article at right column on the latest happenings with the Nunoa Project and Dr. Steve Purdy.
Dr. Steve Purdy Dr. Steve Purdy The North American Camelid Studies Program (NACSP) maintains a herd of alpacas and donkeys in Belchertown, MA for use in a teaching and research program for students and veterinarians. We are currently building a new laboratory at the farm facility so students can evaluate semen samples, perform reproductive ultrasounds, and learn parasite diagnosis among other tasks. Classes and workshops are offered frequently and if you know of students or veterinarians who might wish to attend please contact us and we will talk with them individually. Regarding the work of the Nunoa Project in Peru, it is a pleasure to provide this up-to-date report about the field work just completed during January 2014. Steve Purdy and his students joined with Nunoa Project veterinarian Gisela Marcoppido of Argentina in Nuoa to carry out specific work with selected alpaca farmers and their herds.


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