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Veterinary dean honored by California Cattlemen's Association for work in animal welfare, research

December 18, 2009

Davis, Calif. -- The University of California's veterinary dean Bennie I. Osburn, DVM, was recently honored by the California Cattlemen's Association.

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2009 Year in Review

December 13, 2009

Over the course of a year, DVM Newsmagazine published hundreds of news stories about the veterinary profession and trends influencing it. This list and photo gallery chronicles events influencing your profession in 2009.

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Survey shows two-thirds of store-bought chickens in the U.S. stores carry salmonella.

December 6, 2009

National Report -- A new study by Consumer Reports Magazine reveals that most chickens sold in U.S. stores carry salmonella or campylobacter.

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Congress OKs $1 million to run FARAD in 2010

December 1, 2009

Washington—The Food Animal Residue Avoidance Database will continue to be operational through 2010.

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FDA approves new drug for reproduction management in sheep

November 28, 2009

Washington -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug that aims to support reproduction management in sheep.

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This year's livestock feed has increased mold risk

November 26, 2009

Ames, Iowa -- Livestock feed is at a higher risk of mold development this year due to a cool, wet growing season that delayed harvest, according to the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (VDL) at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Wheezing? You work in a barn, says vet school

November 20, 2009

Tufts veterinary college says dust may be leading to respiratory problems for barn workers.

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Swine vets asked to report H1N1 suspicions to state officials

November 19, 2009

National Report -- The American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) is asking veterinarians to reach out to state health officials first if they suspect an H1N1 outbreak in a swine herd.

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Virtual cow gives students new virtual learning tool

November 10, 2009

London, England -- A British veterinarian has developed a realistic model of a cow's backside that students can use for practice in detecting pregnancies and infections.

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