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OVMA, AVMA condemn 'barbaric' abuse

May 28, 2010

New farm-animal abuse footage has triggered strong reactions from the public and veterinarians.

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E. coli colonization trigger identified

May 22, 2010

Microbiologists identify and deactivate trigger to EHEC colonization in grain-fed cattle.

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USDA changes bovine tuberculosis testing rules

May 3, 2010

Washington -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has changed the rules on bovine tuberculosis testing.

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Rural veterinary shortage caused by retention issues, not attraction

April 16, 2010

Two studies focus on motivations for entering and leaving rural practice.

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Leading HIV researcher, veterinarian delivers keynote at CVC Baltimore

April 12, 2010

Baltimore -- "Perhaps more than at any other time in our history, veterinary medicine is at a turning point where we can make a huge difference."

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Adding supplemental tryptophan to diet can calm pigs

March 19, 2010

Washington -- Researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) have discovered that adding the amino acid tryptophan to the diet of female pigs can decrease their aggression, making them more manageable.

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AVMA, AVMF announce new food-animal veterinarian incentive program

March 12, 2010

Schaumburg, Ill -- The American Veterinary Medical Association announced a new initiative March 12 that aims to help veterinarians who pursue careers in food-animal medicine.

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New joint venture announced for Merial, Intervet/Schering-Plough

March 9, 2010

Paris, France -- Merial and Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health are joining forces, their parent companies report today.

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Whistleblower, GAO call for reform

March 5, 2010

A USDA veterinarian delivers explosive testimony about slaughterhouse practices.

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