Center of Excellence focuses on dairy education
Four veterinary colleges will collaborate to develop and implement the National Center of Excellence in Dairy Production Medicine
Food safety problem-solving method to be explored with grant
posted February 18, 2011 Dr. H. Scott Hurd A multi-institutional project is under way to teach a new framework for problem solving…
Regulators to test milk for drug residues
Federal regulators want to know whether illegal drug residues found in some dairy cows sent to slaughter can also be found in milk.
Antimicrobial oversight could increase through VFDs
Veterinary oversight could become required for some antimicrobials currently available over the counter to livestock owners.
Is the rural food practice shortage alleviated?
A committee from the American Association of Bovine Practitioners reported that the U.S. no longer has a shortage of veterinarians willing
AABP embraces disabled livestock, dairy cattle welfare guidelines -
The AABP board of directors endorsed the position on disabled livestock
Air, water, land, light: all affect cattle - December 15, 2002
Environment was a prominent program theme at the 2002 AABP conference in September in Madison, Wis.
Harvard study finds BSE poses little threat to U.S. consumers, agriculture
The United States is highly resistant to the introduction of bovine spongiform encephalopathy.
Bovine practitioners gather in dairyland
The meeting in America's Dairyland teamed sessions on dairy, cow-calf, feedlot, and general cattle topics.
Stretch your bovine practice potential
Deborah Stevenson, a registered technician who works with Dr. Mark Hilton at Purdue, places a growth implant.