Phibro Provides Student Funding for Swine Center

Source: Iowa State University
May 2013
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The article reports that Phibro Animal Health Corp. has decided to provide a yearly funding of 5,000 dollars to the Swine Medicine Education Center (SMEC) Student Support Fund. According to Phibro, the funds will help offset the costs incurred by veterinary students from across the U.S. when visiting SMEC for swine veterinary rotations. SMEC is a joint collaboration between Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Audubon-Manning Veterinary Clinic in Iowa.


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