UC Davis program trains veterinary students in large-animal care

04/27/2011 | Visalia Times-Delta (Calif.)

Veterinary medicine students at the University of California, Davis, spend a period of two to eight weeks at a calf ranch in Tulare County as part of a program meant to prepare the students to become large-animal veterinarians in that county. The program helps students develop clinical skills in such areas as "sick cow care, calf raising, milk quality, record management and interpretation of dairy performance," a university official said.

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