The veterinarian holds a unique responsibility because of his position as the guardian of the livestock industry. The profession has an enviable record of successful disease control programs, bovine tuberculosis and Texas fever being those best known. In order to better assume leadership in the evaluation of specific programs it is important to realize that these disease control programs have developed in a logical pattern.
Hoerlein, Alvin B.
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Iowa State University Veterinarian: Vol. 15
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