Conference Opening Address: NZVA Conference 1972

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I have spoken many times over the past few years about the necessity for diversification if farmers are not to be dangerously vulnerable to changes in those overseas markets we depend on for survival. The day of “what was good enough for Grandad is good enough for me&” is long past in an age when the future is seen in terms of a few years, rather than several decades. Yours is a profession with an assured growth and almost unlimited scope; but the rate of progress depends on the rate and extent of acceptance by farmers and others working with livestock of your association generally, and its individual members by their actual and potential clients specifically…

Keywords: Dog; Veterinary profession

Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: August 1, 1972

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