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Dr. Guy Lester named department chair

Lester previously served on the department’s faculty between 1991 and 2002 in the area of large animal medicine. He also completed a residency in large animal medicine in 1991. He […]

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3-D surgery a game changer for large and small animals

Chance and Bebop are the first two clinical cases treated over the past six months at UF through the use of a state-of-the-art 3-D printer that uses high-performance plastics and […]

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Dr. Chris Sanchez as interim department chair

Pending Dr. Lester’s arrival in November, Dr. Sanchez serves as the interim department chair. A professor and large animal internal medicine specialist, has been a member of the college faculty […]

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New videos capture college’s story

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has been impacting animal, human and environmental health for more than 40 years. Our new videos share how we are making a difference.

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Feeding the Athletic PPID Horse

October 22, 2018

Can an active PPID horse have pasture access and performance feed? Our equine nutrition expert offers advice on feeding a gelding with managed PPID. ...

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Wet harvest could produce increased mycotoxins in silage

September 19, 2018

The 2018 corn harvest is fast approaching in the U.S., but like the growing season itself, it’s at the mercy of Mother Nature.

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VP Pence visits feed mill damaged by Hurricane Michael

October 19, 2018

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visited Flint River Mills (FRM) feed mill in Bainbridge, Georgia, this week as he assessed the damage from Hurricane Michael throughout the region.