Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 12-20-10 | TheFencePost.com

Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 12-20-10

The United States Department of Agriculture debuted a program that helps bring veterinarians to rural areas with a shortage of veterinarians. The program awards up to $25,000 per year to help pay for educational costs for three years.

Two out of the 62 awards granted went to Colorado veterinarians. Dr. Shane Porter practices at Limon Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Britt Stubblefield owns Rocky Top Veterinary Service, which serves Park and Teller counties.

For more information about the program, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The United States Department of Agriculture debuted a program that helps bring veterinarians to rural areas with a shortage of veterinarians. The program awards up to $25,000 per year to help pay for educational costs for three years.

Two out of the 62 awards granted went to Colorado veterinarians. Dr. Shane Porter practices at Limon Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Britt Stubblefield owns Rocky Top Veterinary Service, which serves Park and Teller counties.

For more information about the program, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

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The United States Department of Agriculture debuted a program that helps bring veterinarians to rural areas with a shortage of veterinarians. The program awards up to $25,000 per year to help pay for educational costs for three years.

Two out of the 62 awards granted went to Colorado veterinarians. Dr. Shane Porter practices at Limon Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Britt Stubblefield owns Rocky Top Veterinary Service, which serves Park and Teller counties.

For more information about the program, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The United States Department of Agriculture debuted a program that helps bring veterinarians to rural areas with a shortage of veterinarians. The program awards up to $25,000 per year to help pay for educational costs for three years.

Two out of the 62 awards granted went to Colorado veterinarians. Dr. Shane Porter practices at Limon Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Britt Stubblefield owns Rocky Top Veterinary Service, which serves Park and Teller counties.

For more information about the program, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The United States Department of Agriculture debuted a program that helps bring veterinarians to rural areas with a shortage of veterinarians. The program awards up to $25,000 per year to help pay for educational costs for three years.

Two out of the 62 awards granted went to Colorado veterinarians. Dr. Shane Porter practices at Limon Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Britt Stubblefield owns Rocky Top Veterinary Service, which serves Park and Teller counties.

For more information about the program, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.