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People skills sometimes the hardest part of the job

January 1, 2007

Dealing with people is the part of veterinary medicine that one can never truly say they are good at. Some may profess to be comfortable with it, but most will agree that it is the hardest part of the job.

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Texas A&M announces Piper Professor

September 1, 2006

College Station, Texas — Laurie Jaeger, associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University, was named a 2006 Piper Professor.

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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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