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First confirmed case of West Nile Virus in an alpaca in Florida diagnosed by UF veterinarian Maureen Long
In a collaborative effort among several institutions, UF, Texas A&M, Cornell, Ohio State and the University of Minnesota, the USDA has granted a large fund to support a nation-wide project that will improve fertility in dairy cows using advanced genomic technologies.
For the first time in recent history, Florida is seeing a large number of cases of pigeon fever in horses. Click on the link below to learn more about pigeon fever including clinical signs and ways to prevent it.
The objective of the veterinary extension program for dairy cattle is to provide educational leadership and assistance to the Florida Dairy Industry in matters related to health and health management of dairy cattle.
The mission statement of UF Aquatic Health is to provide sustainable state-of-the-art training, education, clinical, diagnostic and research support for aquatic animals, both wild and under the care of man. We work in partnership with other UF programs, private groups, oceanaria, industry, researchers, local, state and federal stakeholders as well as other educational institutions.
Our goal with equine extension is to educate and serve the equine industry in Florida, while promoting the health and welfare of horses.