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Zoetis, area veterinarians help FFA

Local veterinarians have combined with Zoetis to contribute to the Jerome High School FFA.

Published on January 8, 2014 4:53PM

Zoetis, formerly known as Pfizer Animal Health, has teamed up with local veterinarians to help area FFA chapters. The Zoetis Industry Support Program had a very successful year. This year, Zoetis customers helped contribute more than $1.1 million to local FFA chapters across the country.

These donations are only possible because of the generosity of Zoetis customers. Each contributing veterinarian and animal health reseller specifically selected FFA chapters to receive a donation on his or her behalf to support the development of the FFA chapter of their choice. Contributors like these help strengthen local FFA chapters and expand the opportunities available to students who are working to become the future leaders of the agriculture industry.

The Jerome FFA Chapter is one of the local FFA chapters to have benefited from this program. For the past couple of years Jerome FFA has received donations from several local veterinarians who participate in the Zoetis program. These funds go towards district FFA dues to sponsoring students in local, state, and national FFA events.

Dairy Health Services (Dr. John Day), Dr. Paul S. Niehaus, Cedar Creek Veterinary Service (Dr. Dan Luehrs) and High Desert Veterinary Services (Dr. Dean Lusk) selected Jerome FFA to receive donations.


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