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Issue: Fall 2019

A study led by a University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) epidemiologist has found significant reductions in the use of most medically important antibiotics in broiler chicken and turkey production.

A proposed regional veterinary program between South Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine was approved by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem in late March.

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Issue: Fall 2018

Exploring the full landscape of veterinary medicine 

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Arthritis can cause significant losses for chicken and turkey producers— anywhere from 5 to 40 percent of a flock can be lost when a reovirus that causes arthritis takes hold. A University of Minnesota research team has spent the past seven years developing tools producers can use to control this nagging and sometimes devastating condition.

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A high-performance, high-resolution DNA sequencer was installed in the research laboratory at the University of Minnesota Mid-Central Research and Outreach Center in Willmar, Minnesota, in November to help provide solutions to problems facing the turkey industry.

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