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2011 FSF Report

The program report for the 2011 Summer FSF program can be found by following this link 2011 MSU CVM SUMMER FSF Program Report . Enjoy!!

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AVMA Advocate – And Now, a Word from Some Fellows on Capitol Hill

Follow this link to read aboout Chelsea Render’s expereince in Washington DC – recently published in the AVMA advocate (Chelsea’s is the second in the series): AVMA ADVOCATE – And Now, a Word from Some Fellows on Capitol Hill

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Fisherman for a Day

A few weeks ago, we went to a fee fishing facility located on a 40 acre lake.  The spring-fed lake had been stocked with several species, including yellow perch, bluegill, smallmouth bass, and a few rainbow trout.  For the VHS … Continue reading

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The case of “Blazing Diarrhea”

I was able to help out with another interesting outbreak several weeks ago.  In June, an Amish family’s barn in south central Michigan caught on fire, with 240 one week old feeder calves inside.  With the barn roof ablaze, the … Continue reading

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FSF India – Wolfpack Continues to Explore Agriculture and Culture

Students in the FSF program in India continue to explore both Indian Agriculture and Culture.  They have been actively engaged in several projects focused on BVDV, Brucellosis and dairy nutrition.  Recently, they became involved in a project focused on developing … Continue reading

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Stephanie Roggenbuck reports in from MMPA

This summer, I have been doing several different things from state inspections to herd tests.  The beginning of my fellowship, I spent time identifying problems that were causing high raw bacteria, high PI counts (preliminary incubation counts), and low freeze … Continue reading

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Raw Milk and Q-Fever

Working for the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) this summer has been an awesome experience.  Both Anthony Klingler and I have been involved with several human and animal diseases.  Earlier this month, three confirmed Q fever cases (caused by … Continue reading

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