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President's Message

Taking Care of Business

As I write this month's president's message, it is the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere and our world is filled with anxiety and uncertainty due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. As cattle veterinarians, we are part of a critical infrastructure industry. While the priority for all of us is to make sure that everyone stays safe and healthy, it is also our responsibility to maintain animal health and welfare and work proactively to make sure that our clients can keep producing an ample, safe and secure food supply for our nations. The situation in each geographical area is changing rapidly as new information becomes available and part of our responsibility as veterinarians is to stay up to speed on the latest developments and help our clients respond accordingly.

As an organization serving cattle veterinarians, the AABP is working to do its part to support our members and their clients through this process. Over the last few days, Dr. Gingrich and other members of the AABP leadership team have developed easily accessible resources to help our members navigate through the current COVID-19 outbreak. These resources have been emailed to members, are available on the AABP homepage, and will be updated as the situation changes and evolves. In addition, the AABP has actively advocated at both the federal and state level to ensure that veterinarians and producers have been included as essential services for the food supply industry.

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The American Association of Bovine Practitioners is an international association of veterinarians serving society as leaders in cattle health, welfare and productivity.

 

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