Dr. Field and a Horse, number 1
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Dr. Robert Wayne Field, (April 19, 1933-Jan. 16, 2016); came to College Station, Texas with his young family to attend Veterinary School. He graduated in 1961 and started practicing veterinary medicine in Tomball, Texas, and later started his own practice in Katy, Texas in 1964. He became popular in a tri-county area as the best in large animal medicine. In 1977 he was recruited by the College of Veterinary Medicine as an associate professor and Director of Field Services. He worked tirelessly and passionately teaching future young veterinarians how to work, prosper and survive in the real world of large animal practice. He was awarded the Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching by Texas A&M University in 1987. He retired in 2006
DescriptionDr. R.W. Field, Assistant Professor of Large Animal Medicine & Surgery, holds a horse on a lead rope. Physical description: black-and-white negatives, 5.5X5.5mm
SubjectLarge Animal Medicine and Surgery
Field, Robert W.
Practice Management, Veterinary
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