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Odiham agricultural society

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The Odiham Agricultural Society was formed in 1783[1] [2]by a collection of prominent citizens in Odiham, Hampshire, Uk, for the purpose of encouraging local industrial and agricultural development. its aim to expand and advance knowledge about animals on breeding and management led to the establishment in 1791 of Britain's first veterinary college, in London.


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  • Pugh, L.P (1962). From Farriery to Veterinary Medicine 1785-1795. Heffner, Cambridge (for RCVS).
  • Cotchen, Ernest (1990). The Royal Veterinary College London, A Bicentenary History. Barracuda Books Ltd.
  1. Pugh, p. 8.
  2. Cotchen, p. 15.