November 8, 2021
Progress Continues at NC State Vet Med with Dairy Barn Groundbreaking
The new $5.5 million facility, slated to be completed next fall, will help train students in food safety practices and modern animal welfare.
September 21, 2021
New Equine Hospital, Dairy Barn in the Works at NC State Veterinary Medicine
About $40 million of the $80 million needed for the equine facility has been raised, while construction on the $5.5 million dairy barn upgrade is expected to begin before the end of the year.
May 6, 2021
Class of 2021 Story: Finding a Home on the CVM Farm
Who helped Caitlyn Mullins solidify her purpose as a veterinarian? Mimo, a cow who stole her heart from the moment she entered this world.
April 13, 2020
New Online Learning Tools for All Ages from the CVM
The videos are crafted especially for teachers and parents looking for new resources to share with students and children as part of distance learning.
April 21, 2019
Down on the Farm
Sara Beth Routh is out back. You’re never sure where. She could be with a class that’s learning cow handling techniques, helping to calm calves while repeatedly scraping muck off the bottom of her well-worn dusty boots. She could be in a covered stall cradling a fussy newborn lamb in her arms that needs some
July 16, 2012
Ten Things You Did Not Know About Cows
The following entry is from writer Colleen Oakley for vetStreet. The information is reproduced here in honor of “Cow Appreciation Day.” It’s Cow Appreciation Day, and while we know that you value bovines for helping to create your favorite ice cream (especially in this weather!), there’s more to this farm animal than just a bovine’s ability to produce
February 3, 2012
Down on the Farm at NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine
The physical availability of various food animals for future veterinarians to work with and learn from is a challenge for most urban veterinary colleges. Students at NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, however, are fortunate with their immediate access to large and small ruminants, poultry, swine, and horses through the CVM’s on-campus Teaching