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Five years since the Food and Drug Administration required beekeepers to have a veterinary order for antimicrobials, opportunities for veterinarians to learn about honeybee health have increased, while some beekeepers are starting to see value in veterinary involvement.

Federal animal health authorities are working with a private veterinary services company to analyze the impact of antimicrobial administration on antimicrobial resistance in pigs at client farms.

The organizing committee of the proposed American College of Veterinary Medical Education has petitioned the AVMA American Board of Veterinary Specialties for recognition as a veterinary specialty organization.

Even after the pandemic recedes, SARS-CoV-2 will likely remain active in the environment in animal hosts, notably in white-tailed deer found throughout the country, according to a recent study.

Contagious equine metritis is the subject of new guidelines from the American Association of Equine Practitioners and of proposed changes to import regulations for horses from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners recently published recommendations how cattle veterinarians can protect their clients’ animals through vaccines, how to stay safe while administering vaccines, and how to identify and report adverse events.

The Morris Animal Foundation is seeking applicants for its Mark L. Morris Jr. Investigator Award starting Feb. 2.

Cornell receives $30 million toward its Canine Health Center and a survey delves into veterinarians' understanding and practice of oncology around the world.