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President's Message

Moving Forward

Based on the interactions I have had with cattle veterinarians in the United States and Canada over the last several weeks, it has been another busy month, albeit everyone’s perspective varies depending on where they are located geographically and the type of practice they are engaged in. For those in private practice, cattle producers have continued to access services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and, with our dairy processing and beef slaughter systems operating near capacity again, it seems like private practitioners will remain busy in the coming months as our supply chains work through the backlog and return to “normal”.


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