Animal & veterinary science

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CSU vet science student looks to animal welfare in Fiji

Tuesday 2 Feb 2016

The first international student in the veterinary science program at CSU has passed the half-way mark with ambitious plans to return to Fiji on graduation to improve the health and welfare of small and large animals.

CSU in national wildlife health trial

Wednesday 20 Jan 2016

Interesting and unusual diseases in wildlife across CSU's regional footprint will be fed into a national database in a new initiative to broaden Australia's wildlife disease surveillance capacity.

Managing lambing ewes on dual purpose wheat

Wednesday 6 Jan 2016

New research at CSU has shown that lambing ewes may safely graze on dual purpose wheat in southern NSW.

Vets investigate non-surgical neutering

Tuesday 22 Dec 2015

CSU researchers are part of a team investigating non-surgical de-sexing to help address problems created by unwanted and stray animals.

From conception to the show ring

Friday 16 Oct 2015
CSU equine science students have played a key role in breeding and training five Australian Stockhorses, culminating in success in the show ring.

Research students find rare parasite

Tuesday 8 Sep 2015

It can grow up to 14 centimetres long, has hooked claws and CSU researchers have discovered this parasite appears to be common in the noses of wild dogs.

Award recognition for new vet technology degree

Wednesday 5 Aug 2015

The development of a new degree at CSU to support emerging veterinary technology professionals in Australia will be recognised at an annual awards ceremony at the University in Wagga Wagga today.

New Director for Graham Centre

Monday 27 Jul 2015

A specialist in livestock production has been named as the new Director of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, a research alliance between CSU and the NSW DPI.

CSU equine surgery skills on track

Friday 24 Jul 2015

For equine surgeon Associate Professor Bryan Hilbert, treating unusual congenital deformities in large animals is a challenge and a teaching opportunity for veterinary science students at CSU.

Student meat judges in Wagga Wagga

Tuesday 7 Jul 2015

Becoming involved in meat judging has taught CSU student Miss Meg Parsons much more than how to pick a good steak.

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