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  • Born To Win
    Tufts veterinarian Rachael Gately has produced three of the last four national champion ewes. ... read more
  • Winter on the Farm
    Winter on the farm is a time for new life. The farm team welcomed over 40 lambs during lambing season (January-February), as well as the usual newborn piglets and calves. The team works through rain, sleet, snow, and whatever else the New England climate throws their way. Here’s a sample ... read more
  • New state regulations on fishing lures expected to save Maine loons
    Tufts Wildlife Clinic is researching the mortality rates of loons in Maine. ... read more
  • Betting the Farm
    Fifty years ago, there were 1,600 dairy farms in Connecticut. Today there are 120. Those that remain are in a constant struggle for survival. Here’s the story of how one family farm, now in its fourth generation, is fighting to innovate and grow with the help of a Cummings School ... read more
  • Tufts Travel Learn Program: Explore Extraordinary Destinations with Us
    If you enjoy traveling to and exploring extraordinary destinations, you know how important it is to have a well-planned and executed travel plan. With the Tufts Travel Learn Program, trips are designed by leading travel partners and enriched by expert tour guides, allowing alumni and friends to engage in a ... read more
  • Endowed Professorships at Cummings
    Eugene White named to Amelia Peabody Foundation Chair in Agricultural Sciences; Megan Mueller is first recipient of Elizabeth Arnold Stevens Junior Professorship Two Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine faculty have been appointed to named professorships, the highest academic award a university can bestow on a professor. Eugene White, who heads ... read more
  • Coping with Colic: Medical Vs. Surgical Diagnosis, Therapy, and Outcomes
    Colic is a general term that is used to describe abdominal pain. This pain can be relatively mild or it can be extremely violent. It can have a slow, insidious onset or it can occur suddenly. The reasons for the wide variety of presentations are directly due to the different ... read more
  • As Ancient Livestock Disappear, Frozen Embryos Restore Ancient Breeds
    Kevin Lindell explains how he conducts the complicated process of IVF for endangered animals. ... read more
  • Scott Brundage
    Scott Brundage of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University has worked on farms since he was a child. He attended an agriculture high school and college.  As Herdsman of Cummings School Farm, Brundage helps manage the university’s 594 acres located in North Grafton, Massachusetts. He cares for dairy ... read more
  • In Sheep Shape
    The veterinary teaching flock moves into a new home, which replaces a 70-year-old structure ... read more