Are Production Animal Jobs Improving for 2014 Veterinary Graduates?
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Smith, Donald F.
Over the past decade, several veterinary colleges have instituted specialized recruiting and educational programs for students interested in become rural or food animal veterinarians. This was for many years considered a growth area of the profession. Several recent graduates share their experiences.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
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