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The future of rural veterinary practice. Presidential Address, NZVA Conference 1972

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It is my privilege, as President of the New Zealand Veterinary Association, to pass comment on the field of veterinary endeavour today at this, the 48th Annual Conference. I do not feel competent to draw conclusions from past trends, or to make wise comments on decisions that have been made which directly affect or impinge on our profession. What I would like to attempt to do is to evaluate the future of rural veterinary practice in this country as we see it today. Whether we are directly involved with rural practice or whether we are in some other field of endeavour, the possible future of these practitioners does affect us all…

Keywords: General; Veterinary profession

Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: August 1, 1972

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