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VetSouth to join forces with University of Otago on M bovis effects study

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17 January 2019

The University of Otago is to carry out a study on the emotional, social and psychological impacts of mycoplasma bovis on Southern farmers and farming communities.

Vetsouth Veterinarian and Director, Mark Bryan, is to play a leading role in the research and will continue the work of VetSouth in the response to the M bovis outbreak. Read more: https://www.otago.ac.nz/news/news/otago702943.html

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