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Miller joins state animal health commission




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AUSTIN -- The Texas Animal Health Commission is pleased to announce that Dr. Brodie Miller has been selected as the new Region 5 Director. Miller will be headquartered in the Region 5 Office located in Beeville.

Born in Corpus Christi, Miller grew up in Midland. He attended Tarleton State University in Stephenville for both undergraduate and graduate school. Miller then attended Texas A&M University in College Station and pursued a degree in veterinary medicine. Upon graduation, he practiced large animal medicine and surgery in a veterinary clinic in Stephenville for nine years.

Region 5 includes Bexar, Wilson, Karnes, and Atascosa counties. For more information, call 361-358-3234,

Guadalupe and Gonzales counties are included in Region 7. For more information, call 512-446-2507.

Founded in 1893, the Texas Animal Health Commission works to protect the health of all Texas livestock, including cattle, swine, poultry, sheep, goats, equine animals, and exotic livestock.
 

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