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Bovine spongiform encephalopathy case confirmed in California

April 30, 2012

Case presents no risk to human food or animal feed supply in U.S., authorities say.

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AVMA lends its support to hen-housing legislation

April 6, 2012

Bill intended to improve housing conditions for egg-laying hens.

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CDC cautions public about raw milk consumption

April 1, 2012

The agency notes that majority of dairy-related illnesses are linked to raw milk.

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FDA to address antiparasitic drug use and resistance in equines, ruminants

February 10, 2012

Rockville, Md. -- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to tackle anthelmintic resistance in horses and ruminants during a two-day public meeting in March.

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FDA to prohibit certain uses of cephalosporin antibiotics in food animals

January 4, 2012

National Report -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an order Jan. 4 prohibiting certain uses of cephalosporin antibiotics in food animals after April 5.

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Vets take the stage in new reality series

January 1, 2012

National Report — There is a new group of reality stars, and they spend most of their time surrounded by cattle, pigs and horses.

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Get to know the Incredible Dr. Pol

November 1, 2011

See exclusive video clips and view photos with fun facts about veterinarian Jan Pol starring in a National Geographic Wild reality show.

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Antimicrobial use in food-producing animals up more than 1 percent, FDA says

October 28, 2011

Rockville, Md. -- Antimicrobial use in food-producing animals is up nearly 7 percent over last year, according to new estimates from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

New reality series: "Veterinarians On Call"

October 19, 2011

Camera crews will follow five large animal veterinarians to help consumers understand how the meat industry works.

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