The newest facility at Kansas State University's Veterinary Health Center offers a full range of services to horse owners and enhances equine education for veterinary students.
A grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $2.8 million Equine Performance Testing Center was held March 29.
Nearly 50% of the roughly 2,500 services provided annually by the Veterinary Health Center's equine clinicians involve performance-related disorders. The Equine Performance Testing
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