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For rural veterinarians, these performances were all part of the routine, and as Dad reminded me, country vets back then held the farming community together.
Why is it so difficult to recruit and retain food animal veterinarians in the United States? And how might this impact the future food supply?Read more
Tuesday, April 7 at Noon Central CAST will host a free webinar featuring research from […]Read more
There is a keen awareness among many consumers that pesticide chemicals frequently reach consumers in the form of food residues. This report concludes that there is no direct scientific or medical evidence indicating that typical exposure of consumers to pesticide residues poses any health risk.Read more
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