Iowa State University Veterinarian

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Swine Diseases

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The present-day graduate of veterinary medicine is quite well fitted by his technical training to enter into any of the many branches open to him. However, the technical training does not prepare one completely to meet actual field problems. I believe this to Lc true especially of those graduates who enter into general practice, and in this instance to one phase, i. e., swine practice. Therefore, the following is written with the hope that it may be of assistance in helping the recent graduate solve some of the problems confronting him.