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AVMA CEO addresses workforce trends

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Speaking to animal health industry leaders this August, AVMA CEO Dr. Janet Donlin talked about the challenges and opportunities facing the veterinary profession, including the seemingly high demand for veterinary services and related calls for a midlevel practitioner position.

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An Emerging Trend

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The post An Emerging Trend appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Where the territory of the Golden-crowned Warbler ends, the domain of the canopy loving Tropical Parula begins. There are a few more groups of 3 within our resident bird population here in T&T. If you have found them – let me know in the comments!

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FTC chair discusses veterinary trends at AVMA economic meeting

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Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Lina Khan addressed noncompete agreements, mergers, and private equity acquisitions at the opening of the AVMA Veterinary Business and Economic Forum on October 24.

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Map shows heartworm rates continue to increase in hot spots, new locations

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According to the recently released 2022 American Heartworm Society (AHS) Heartworm Incidence Map, rates have continued to trend upward in both heartworm hot spots and in places where cases were once rare.

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USDA funds antimicrobial resistance dashboard research

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million to several universities to develop dashboards to monitor trends in antimicrobial resistance patterns and better understand relationships between antimicrobial use, animal health management practices, and antimicrobial resistance. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has awarded more than $3.2

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First Phoebe of 2021

10,000 Birds

Over the last ten years my average first phoebe has been the 20th of March, meaning that this year’s bird was seven days earlier than average but only two days earlier than last year’s, which, if I continue my trend from 2019 means that next year I should find my first phoebe on 11 March.

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Another Trio

10,000 Birds

In my last post here , I spoke of a rather odd trend permeating the birdlife here in Trinidad & Tobago. Many species seemed to come in threes, and today I shall continue my examination of these. Three species of antshrikes are resident in T&T.

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