Agricultural experts sound alarm on large-animal vet shortage

05/13/2010 | WAGA-TV (Atlanta)

The shortage of large-animal veterinarians in the U.S. has some agricultural experts concerned about how the country's food supply can be safeguarded. Veterinarians act as "the first line of defense for what we call reportable animal diseases, and there are things we can see out there prior to it becoming a full-blown epidemic," said a veterinarian from Georgia, where 35 counties reportedly have no large-animal practitioners.

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