Arizona introduces new legislation to address the veterinarian shortage

A new law in Arizona aims to address the veterinary shortage by providing incentives to keep veterinarians working within the state.

Arizona State Senator T.J. Shope spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the shortage’s impact on agriculture, what the new law entails, what the qualification requirements are, and how he sees this will benefit producers across the state.

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