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Designated Kansas VMLRP Shortage Situations

*Position of shortage situations on the map above is approximate, click on the number or the links below for more detail on each shortage situation.

**The five-character codes in parentheses below are unique identifiers for each shortage situation. Please refer to this code in any communication with NIFA, including the application form.

*** The county colors shown on the map above are not representative of any information related to VMLRP.

A red number indicates that a VMLRP award was offered to an applicant who applied to fill this specific shortage situation.

A red number/text with a + indicates that a VMLRP award was offered to, and accepted by, an applicant who competed successfully to fill this specific shortage situation.

1. Type II Shortage: 30% FTE, Critical Priority, Private Practice, Rural Area: Coffey, Greenwood, Elk, Woodson, Wilson and Chautauqua Counties – Southeast Kansas (1) (KS131)

  • Must Serve
    • Beef Cattle
    • Dairy Cattle
    • Small Ruminant

  • May Serve
    • Swine
    • Poultry

     

2. Type II Shortage: 30% FTE, Critical Priority, Private Practice, Rural Area: Coffey, Greenwood, Elk, Woodson, Wilson and Chautauqua Counties – Southeast Kansas (2) (KS132)+

  • Must Serve
    • Beef Cattle
    • Dairy Cattle
    • Small Ruminant

  • May Serve
    • Swine
    • Poultry

 

3. Type II Shortage: 30% FTE, High Priority,- Private Practice, Rural Area: Rawlins, Thomas, Decatur, Sheridan counties (KS133)

  • Must Serve
    • Beef Cattle
    • Small Ruminant

  • May Serve
    • Dairy Cattle
    • Swine

 

4. Type II Shortage: 30% FTE, Critical Priority, Private Practice, Rural Area: Marion, Chase and Morris Counties, KS (KS134)+

  • Must Serve
    • Beef Cattle
    • Dairy Cattle
    • Small Ruminant

       

5. Type III Shortage: 49% FTE, Critical Priority, Public Practice: Allen, Bourbon, Crawford, Cherokee, Labette, Chautauqua, Wilson, Woodson, Neosho, Greenwood, Montgomery, Elk, Butler, Cowley, Sumner Counties, Southeast Kansas (KS135)+

  • Employer: USDA/APHIS Veterinary Services
  • Position Title: Vet Med. Officer
    • Public Health
    • Epidemiology
    • Program and Foreign Animal Disease Surveillance and Applied Beef Production

 

6. Type III Shortage: 49% FTE, Critical Priority, Public Practice: Riley County, KS and surrounding regions (KS136)

  • Employer: Kansas State University
  • Position Title: Veterinary Epidemiologist
    • Food Safety
    • Public Health
    • Epidemiology
    • Applied Beef Safety/Production

 

7. Type II Shortage: 30% FTE, High Priority, Private Practice, Rural Area: Osborne, Lincoln and Ottawa Counties – Northcentral Kansas (KS137)+

  • Must Serve
    • Beef Cattle
    • Dairy Cattle
    • Small Ruminant

 

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