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Changes in agriculture place new demands on rural veterinarians

April 1, 2009

National Report — While the shortage of rural veterinarians across the country is palpable, the number of people needed isn't.

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Public-health DVM shortage called 'critical'

April 1, 2009

The dramatic shortage of public-health veterinarians could put the nation at risk.

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Calif. Senate enters antimicrobial debate

March 17, 2009

The California Senate soon will debate non-therapeutic antimicrobial use in food animals.

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GAO report: Agency says U.S. clueless on staffing of DVM workforce

March 1, 2009

National Report — The federal government lacks a comprehensive understanding of the sufficiency of its veterinarian work force, according to the Government Accounting Office.

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Calif. could outlaw cattle tail docking

February 23, 2009

Sacramento, Calif. -- A California lawmaker is seeking to make cattle tail docking illegal.

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Study warns shortage of public health veterinarians

February 20, 2009

Washington -- Not only is there a widely publicized shortage of food-animal veterinarians, but a new report shows there is a dire shortage of public health veterinarians.

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Veterinarians kept a close watch on animals and food at Obama's inauguration

February 19, 2009

U.S. Army veterinarians saved a horse, monitored dogs, and inspected the food supply.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

FARAD future in question

February 1, 2009

Washington — As the Food Animal Reside Avoidance Databank continues to struggle, operating with bare-bones staff, Washington insiders hope for a reprieve.

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AVMA backs national animal identification program

January 13, 2009

Schaumberg, Ill. -- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is asking veterinarians to join a new national effort to identify the livestock in case of an emergency.

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