Industry, agencies continue preparing for African swine fever
In March, veterinarians at the American Association of Swine Veterinarians annual meeting said swine veterinarians and pork industries continue planning how to keep the African swine fever virus from reaching the U.S. through trade, as well as how to continue raising pigs and selling pork if it does.
New plan will promote diversity, inclusion in United Kingdom’s veterinary profession
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ Diversity and Inclusion Group strategy identifies several areas for ongoing and focused efforts, including outreach to school-age children and encouraging workplaces to recruit a diverse workforce.
Cull sheds light on CWD, test sought for detection in live animals
About 17% of white-tailed deer tested suspect or positive for chronic wasting disease during a recent hunt in southwest Montana. The U.S. Department of Agriculture and NASA will award cash prizes to develop proof of concept for a test capable of detecting CWD in live animals.
Veterinary caucus ready to guide Congress
A chat about how to advocate in DC and beyond
AAHA, AAFP update Feline Life Stage Guidelines
Kalyanasundaram honored for inventing vaccine against parasites
American Association of Swine Veterinarians
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians
United States Animal Health Association