Veterinarian Shortage Leaves Rural Livestock Vulnerable
In rural towns across America there’s a shortage of veterinarians. The pay is low, the hours long and fewer of these professionals want to live where there are more cows than people. But as Harvest Public Media’s Esther Honig reports, a lack of vets leaves farmers, and our food supply, vulnerable to devastating outbreaks.
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