Texas A&M Student Chapter of the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners
The American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners (AASRP) was founded to further the programs and studies of those working with small ruminants – sheep, goats, camelids, elk, deer and other related species. AASRP encourages education, research and training to promote good health and productivity and to benefit organization members around the world. AASRP’s primary goals are to work in cooperation with regulatory agencies, to further the professional development of members and to provide resources to elevate the standards of small ruminant medicine. AASRP is an organization for veterinarians and professionals who want to further their knowledge of small ruminants, build relationships with peers around the world, and provide the best and most advanced services and products to clients.
Benefits of Membership
- Participation in Ruminant Wetlab
- Exposure to many different species (Great for the NAVLE!)
AASRP National Chapter
The national chapter of the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners is a great resource for students!
- Externship grants and opportunities
- Access to the latest developements in research, services, and products
- Build relationships with AASRP clinicians
- Only $15 a year!
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