Queenstown vet sworn in as a member of the Maryland Agricultural Commission

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QUEENSTOWN — Dr. Marianne Bailey was sworn On this week as a member of the Maryland Agricultural Fee. Bailey will Carry out the veterinary consultant on the commission. The Maryland Agriculture Fee is appointed by the Governor of Maryland and serves as an advisory physique to the secretary and deputy secretary of agriculture.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

The commission presently pursues The subsequent priorities and actions: encouraging the agricultural group to be extra professional-lively on factors affecting agriculture and rural life, evaluating farm/agriculture enterprise labor and legal guidelines, growing public consciousness of meals safety, and supporting the division’s efforts To promote agriculture.

Bailey formally opened doorways on The mannequin newly constructed Queenstown Veterinary Hospital at 105 4-H Park Road in Queenstown in November of 2019.

Bailey acquired the apply from prolonged-time vet, Dr. Edward Hammer on his retirement the earlier yr. The prevailing facility was leveled to create a deeper Automobile parking space in entrance of The mannequin new constructing.

Queenstown Veterinary Hospital Does not professionalvide Look after huge animals, however has expanded service To incorporate boarding for cats and canine. Bailey’s particular pursuits embrace surgical procedure and geriatric care.

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