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AABP Student Recognition Award deadline

Applications for the 2012 AABP Bovine Veterinary Student Recognition Award are due March 15. FULL STORY »

Sjeklocha is Beef Cattle Veterinarian of the Year

Dave Sjeklocha, DVM, is the 2011 recipient of the Kansas Beef Cattle Veterinarian of the Year Award. FULL STORY »

Jim Kennedy, DVM, passes away

When James A. Kennedy took the veterinarian's oath, it was doubtful he realized what an impact he would have on the educational, scientific and agricultural communities he would serve. His death on Dec. 31did not signal the end of his contributions to science since he had once "accepted as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence." That contribution and the work he began as the director of the Colorado State University Diagnostic Laboratory in Rocky Ford will continue. FULL STORY »

Dr. Bruce Wren CE Award

Apply now for the 2012 AgriLabs/AABP Dr. Bruce Wren Continuing Education Awards. FULL STORY »

Cargill AABP scholarships

Cargill Animal Nutrition recently presented eight $1,000 checks to senior veterinary students at the 2011 AABP. FULL STORY »

Be a 'green' veterinarian by improving efficiency

It may come as a surprise to learn that a majority of milk’s “carbon footprint” occurs in one particular area — the milk-production stage. FULL STORY »

Practicing beyond the chute

Is your beef cattle practice poised to change with the times and the ever-changing beef industry? FULL STORY »

Key performance indicators

Benchmarks compare performance to some standard which can be used to indicate performance, profitability and if efforts to improve are effective. FULL STORY »

Livestock critical to human health and global food security

Livestock production is critical to the food security and livelihood of the world’s population. And livestock may be even more important for the people in the world’s poorest societies. FULL STORY »

Veterinarians’ role to grow in ensuring judicious drug use

Veterinarians will become increasingly more involved with judicius use of antimicrobials in food animals. FULL STORY »

Flaming sand bedding can reduce pathogens

Research conducted at The Ohio State University tested the efficiency of using propane fueled flame as a means to sanitize recycled sand used as free stall bedding. FULL STORY »

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