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New grants aim to steer young veterinarians to bovine medicine

April 11, 2010

AgriLabs introduces two $5,000 awards for professional-development training in large-animal medicine.

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AABP names new officers, sets goals

October 11, 2009

The AABP named its officers for the upcoming year at its 42nd annual conference in Omaha.

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Hot-button veterinary topics from AVMA meeting

August 1, 2008

New Orleans — Whether even to discuss a ban on antimicrobials in livestock feed for growth promotion split the House of Delegates nearly in half at the annual American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) conference.

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AABP establishes foundation

January 1, 2007

St. Paul, Minn.— American Association of Bovine Practitioners' (AABP) board members voted during the group's annual meeting in September to establish a charitable foundation.

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AABP establishes foundation

January 1, 2007

St. Paul, Minn.— American Association of Bovine Practitioners' (AABP) board members voted during the group's annual meeting in September to establish a charitable foundation.

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Students receive AABP recognition award

August 1, 2005

Rome, Ga. — Five veterinary graduate hopefuls have earned the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Bovine Veterinary Student Recognition Award based on their background, work, primary medical interests, academic experience and career goals.

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AABP annual student award winners named

June 20, 2005

ROME, GA. - 6/20/05 - Two out of five annual awards that recognize academic achievement by the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) were given to students at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.

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AABP executive vice president dies at 69

March 1, 2005

ROME, GA. — James A. Jarrett, executive vice president of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP), died at age 69 following a long battle with cancer.

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Jarrett retires, AABP seeks executive vice president

February 1, 2005

Rome, Ga.—Dr. James Jarrett has announced his resignation as executive vice president of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) after more than a decade.

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