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1605 North Ankeny Blvd #110
Ankeny, IA 50023
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President's Message

Hello All,
It is the month of Thanksgiving, one of my favorite times.  The air has gotten clearer and the landscape comes into sharper focus.  As I write this, the fall colors are arriving, with promises of bright red, orange and gold colors contrasting on a blue to grey sky background.  It’s also some of the last opportunities to catch sunlight streaming through leaves, before they turn lovely colors and require much raking. I am thankful for the beauty of this state, especially for the spectacular sunrises and sunsets that we enjoy at no extra cost.  Caught in profile are silos and barns, fence posts and wind turbines, or the gentle contours of fields.  Since moving here almost 25 years ago, I’ve always believed that Iowa is a well-kept secret; in the fall, I am especially enamored of the landscape.  More...

 

Latest News

IVMA Offers Membership to Licensed Veterinary Technicians
To become a member, technicians must be registered with the Iowa Board of Veterinary Medicine, complete the application on our website and remit the $50 membership fee. Memberships run on a calendar year – anyone who signs up through the end of 2019 will be a member through December 31, 2020. Welcome Veterinary Technicians to the IVMA!

IDALS  Proposes Changes to Strengthen Companion Animal Welfare Rules
Learn more about the proposed changes from the Iowa Department of Agriculture that will elevate the companion animal care and housing requirements for licensed commercial breeders, animal shelters, dealers and kennels in the state. Read the release here: http://bit.ly/2kG2qs9
Bovine Preconditioning Research Funds Available
The IVMA announces the availability of grant(s) supporting clinical research in beef cattle. Proposals should be aimed at providing practical solutions veterinarians can utilize in beef production environments. Funding for this support is provided by the IVMA Bovine Committee from proceeds of the Iowa Green/Gold Tag Preconditioning Program. The IVMA is encouraging proposals from private practitioners and collaborative research projects between University faculty and private practitioners.The application guidelines for the Bovine Preconditioning Research Fund Grant can be found at www.iowavma.org . Proposals must be received by IVMA office by close of business December 2, 2019.


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