Supporting Georgia’s livestock industry through education, service and research
The faculty and staff in the Food Animal Health & Management Program (FAHM) are passionate about training tomorrow’s food animal veterinarians while serving Georgia’s beef, dairy and swine industries. As part of the college’s Department of Population Health, the FAHM group places a high priority on teaching students, assisting private veterinary practitioners with investigations of herd health issues, and performing research that will ultimately benefit the Georgia livestock industry.
They take a population-based perspective and work to uncover new information about important diseases and management issues in order to meet the future needs of the food animal industries. They then convey their findings to members of the industry and to veterinary students.