New surgical technique developed at UF may save lives of some horses with colic

Rae Marie Smith with Tsensation.

Tsensation, a 25-year-old Arabian, is shown with his owner, Rae Marie Smith, at her farm in Ocala on Sept. 10. Tsensation was one of several horses treated successfully for a challenging form of colic using a technique developed by UF equine surgeons. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

September 2014

Disaster Drill 2014

VETS group conducts trailer-accident disaster training with area groups

The college’s Veterinary Emergency Treatment Services team joined other area groups in a trailer accident training exercise on Aug. 23.

Students build, donate dog houses to animal rescue groups

UF CVM students built dog houses to benefit local rescue groups, with help from Nestle Purina.

Family Day at the Dairy Farm in 2013

Family Day at the Dairy Farm is Oct. 25

Members of the college’s FARMS service will assist with IFAS’ annual Family Day at the Dairy Farm on Oct. 25.

Aristide Kamal

New graduate student, Fulbright scholar to study manatee health

Aristide Kamla is an incoming Ph.D. student and Fulbright scholar from Cameroon who is studying manatee health.