Penn Vet | PA Farm Show
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New Bolton Center Kennett Square, PA
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610-444-5800
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Penn Vet & the Pennsylvania Farm Show


At Penn Vet, our mission is to train the next generation of veterinary leaders to not only advance healthcare outcomes and access, but also ensure global health, bolster agriculture, support interdisciplinary career paths, and foster diversity, equity, and inclusion in the profession. 

Join us at the Farm Show and engage with our faculty who are leaders in the field of Veterinary Medicine. You will also get the chance to meet with our admissions team who can help you take the next step in becoming a VMD.

The Pennsylvania Farm Show is being held from
Saturday, January 7 – Saturday, January 14, 2023

Learn more about the Pennsylvania Farm Show...


Ag@PennVet

As Pennsylvania’s only veterinary school, Penn Vet has a responsibility in ensuring the health, sustainability, and viability of the Commonwealth’s leading industry: agriculture. Learn more about how we support farmers, veterinarians, agricultural organizations, governmental agencies, and the broader health communities in order to safeguard against disease and optimize human, animal, and environmental health. 


Penn Vet Agriculture News

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Partnering with farmers to advance livelihoods, food, and health

At the 107th Pennsylvania Farm Show last week, with the theme ‘Rooted in Progress,’ the School of Veterinary Medicine’s importance to the state’s agricultural industry was on full display.

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An evolving animal health emergency

More than 52 million birds in the U.S. have been affected by an outbreak of avian influenza. Researchers at Penn Vet are supporting Pennsylvania’s diagnostic work and launching new investigations to better understand the virus.

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At COP27, Penn showcased its diverse climate expertise on the world stage

More than 30 representatives from the University, including Penn Vet Dean Andrew Hoffman, traveled to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, for two weeks of negotiations at this year’s United Nations climate change conference.

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Meeting a Generational Challenge

Feeding the World and Doing It Sustainably

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University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine Launches New Center for Stewardship Agriculture and Food Security

Drawing on multi-disciplinary expertise, the Center seeks to improve animal agriculture while mitigating climate and ecological impacts.


Penn Vet Agriculture in the Media