Missouri faces a lack of large-animal veterinarians

09/19/2010 | KYTV-TV (Springfield, Mo.)

Farmers and veterinarians in Missouri are worried about the short supply of large-animal veterinarians in the state, a trend that is felt nationwide. According to government estimates, the U.S. will need about 22,000 large-animal veterinarians over the next five years. The AVMA and U.S. Department of Agriculture have loan-forgiveness programs for eligible veterinary students.

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