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You are being watched

August 1, 2006

"She got into her vet truck and left without ever washing her boots!"

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Swine practitioners aim for PRRS eradication

January 1, 2006

St. Paul, Minn. — The American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) adopted a position statement reaffirming its war on porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) — a disease estimated to cost the industry $560 million annually

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Texas receives $500,000 for TB program

August 25, 2005

AUSTIN, TEXAS - 8/25/05 - The Texas Animal Health Commission received $500,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to help the state regain its tuberculosis-free (TB) status.

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Identify 'at-risk' calves early to improve prognosis

October 1, 2004

The earlier "at risk" neonates are identified and treated, the better the prognosis for a healthy and productive life.

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USDA grant propels PRRS research

October 1, 2004

The role of insects in the virus’ spread among farms is being examined.

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

August 1, 2004

You will further help your own cause by helping your client stay in business.

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Welfare audits can help improvecattle efficiency, expert says

March 1, 2004

Orlando-Animal welfare audits created for producers will help clients politically and economically.

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FDA plans to strengthen existing BSE firewall

March 1, 2004

Rockville, Md.-The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) unveiled new controls to help prevent BSE from ever taking a foothold in the United States.

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NCBA wants standards to govern movement into Canada

December 1, 2003

Washington, D.C.-The National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) is calling for science-based standards in normalizing cattle movement with Canada.

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