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New business-focused certification available for cattle veterinarians

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Two universities are collaborating on a postgraduate program for beef-focused bovine veterinarians modeled on an already successful program for swine practitioners.

Penn Vet students advance One Health in Haiti

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In a country where livestock is a vital source of food and income, student-led group Pou Sante provides care to animals and training to farmers.

Letter to dvm360: Why are we still ignoring One Health?

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Veterinarians aren't just for cats and dogs. They're crucial to human health and global security, says UC Davis dean, and should be partners with physicians, farmers and world leaders more than ever before.

USDA announces $2.4 million in funding to relieve veterinary shortages

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Newly approved grant program looks to expand education, training and support in underserved areas.

A veterinary C-section by the sea

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When my small animal practitioner-wife and I were the only hope for a desperate mama goat, we relied on skills learned from a former veterinary school mentor: Be adaptable and make do.

Dairy

Large animal veterinary students receive $5,000 scholarships

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AABP and Zoetis award annual grants to encourage food animal practice.

AVMA still focused on passing veterinary student debt legislation in 113th Congress

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Organization asks veterinarians to reach out to politicians during this election season.

New dehorning, castration guidelines put DVMs in middle of painful discussion

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These guidelines from AABP cover age of beef and dairy cattle at castration and dehorning, proper chemical or manual restraint, and anesthesia and pain relief.

FDA's final antimicrobial regulation proposal provides veterinarians more flexibility

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Most antimicrobial drugs will no longer be over-the-counter; pharmaceuticals companies have three years to comply.

AVMA calls on Congress, veterinary caucus, to stop 'bickering' and end shutdown

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Association says animal welfare, food safety and research hang in the balance.

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FDA seeks to rescind swine drug approval due to human cancer concerns

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Cancer risk may be associated with long-term consumption of pork products containing residue of the antibacterial and growth promoter carbadox.

USDA: Porcine virus might have entered country in giant tote bags

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Testing supports the hypothesis, but definitive proof has yet to confirm path of entry.

K-State veterinary researchers create new method of avian influenza vaccine development

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Testing shows method may extend beyond poultry to pigs, cattle and sheep.

Administering pain medication through sow's milk reduces piglet stress, veterinary study finds

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Iowa State researchers hope passive administration will encourage more U.S. pork producers to provide pain medication for routine husbandry procedures.

Large animal veterinary students receive $5,000 scholarships

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AABP and Zoetis award annual grants to encourage food animal practice.