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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Stuart Hall
A BBC broadcaster has pleaded not guilty to charges of sexually abusing three girls.
The number of veterinarians who work with cows, pigs, chickens and other farm animals is on the decline as many prepare to retire and fewer students opt for large-animal practice, results from a recent study showed.
"My worry is always that a farmer is going to try to take care of something themselves," he said.
Stuart Hall, 28, a veterinarian in Visalia, Calif., said a single call can tie him up for four hours — time in which he can't respond to emergencies.