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branxchar&charx

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I was wondering where are there other ag universities around that have a vet school nearby that can get a doctor of vetinary (think is misspelled) medicine AND has every possible ag major there is and has all different kinds of classes. Hopefully I got my point across. I already know about Texas A&M and Oklahoma State. I was just wondering are there other universities similar to these just different parts of the country. Thanx for help in advance.
 

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Auburn and The University of Georgia both have good vet schools.
 

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Most any state in the agricultural areas of this country have good ag. schools and/or vet schools. Go to the home page here and click on the links page, several ag. universities are listed there.
 

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try this link:

http://netvet.wustl.edu/vschool.htm#na

while probably not a prerequisite for admission, i would suggest you learn how to spell "veterinary" medicine.

as for ag schools, i agree with dd. lots of universities have good ag programs. of course, texas a&m. also in texas, both texas tech & tarleton are known to have good ag programs. nebraska, colorado, oklahoma state & kansas are also known for strong ag programs just to name a few of the big ones. lots of junior colleges have good ag programs as well and offer good scholarships for judging teams.

no offense to anyone i forgot or left out :lol:
 

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txag":1jkdph56 said:
try this link:

http://netvet.wustl.edu/vschool.htm#na

while probably not a prerequisite for admission, i would suggest you learn how to spell "veterinary" medicine.

as for ag schools, i agree with dd. lots of universities have good ag programs. of course, texas a&m. also in texas, both texas tech & tarleton are known to have good ag programs. nebraska, colorado, oklahoma state & kansas are also known for strong ag programs just to name a few of the big ones. lots of junior colleges have good ag programs as well and offer good scholarships for judging teams.
LSU in Baton Rouge has a top program also. But I can't understaand why
anyone that is elgible for the Ok State program with the in state tuition would worry about info on any other except Tx. A & M which is probaly the best in the country. You won't have better prestige anywheres else if you can pass their test's.
 

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