Veterinary Student with Goat
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"Another amazing thing about veterinary school is the unique opportunities that randomly occur. ...Another day, after learning several basic cattle skills, we had a little free time and went to visit the neighboring research goats. About 12 kids (baby goats) had recently been born, and we just had to interact with them. We had an impromptu lecture on goat herd management and how to do a quick physical exam on a goat." Veterinary school is full of challenges and opportunities. We make the most of each day - whether it's through learning and studying, or goofing off and sleeping." http://vetmed.tamu.edu/student-perspectives/2010/11/1/do-vet-students-have-time-to-do-anything
DescriptionUnidentified Veterinary Student holding young goat. Writing on the photo or group of photos: '' Physical description: Black and white print (photograph) 9x11.5mm.
SubjectSmall Animal Medicine and Surgery
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical SciencesVeterinary Student with Goat. Available electronically from