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GlobalVetLINK Take Home Top Honors at State Tech Awards

Ames, Iowa–based animal health company GlobalVetLINK took home two awards as the agricultural technology company and small– to mid–size company of the year from the Technology Association of Iowa,

MANHATTAN, KS — Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Jackie McClaskey announced this week that Dr. Justin Smith has been named as the new Kansas animal health commissioner at the Kansas Department of Agriculture. Dr. Smith will fill the role that will be vacated with the retirement of Dr. William Brown, who has served in the role since 2010.

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