Colleagues remember Hurd’s knowledge, farm advocacy
The death of Scott Hurd, a noted veterinarian, epidemiologist, teacher and speaker, has left a void, according to those who worked with him on a wide range of projects.
"Dr. Hurd was a true professional in every aspect of the word," said Patrick Halbur, professor and chair in the Department of Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine at Iowa State University (ISU) and executive director of the ISU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. "He was a world-class epidemiologist and food scientist with a thorough understanding of the full animal protein production chain."
Hurd, 58, began his veterinary career at a dairy practice in South Central Pennsylvania. This was one of the first practices in the country to...
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