Veterinary science experienced first hand

Thursday, September 7, 2017

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PEA RIDGE, Ark. -- Standing before the restless young bull who, though partially blind, could sense their presence, the students held back. They were in an immaculately clean barn separated from the bull by a fence panel as he was guided into a squeeze chute while teacher Perry Mason and the veterinarian, Dr. Karen Sherman, talked about the bull.


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