Health

26 November 2019

Optimising fertility is critical to the success of any suckler herd. Nutrition, health and genetics all play a part. This manual will help farmers to understand more about optimising the suckler herd.

1 April 2020

Sam Jones, Worcestershire sheep farmer, talks about the impact the wet weather and flooding has had on his sheep - feeding, tupping, welfare.

22 November 2019

Learn more about contagious mastitis including reducing the risk, treatments and infection control.

13 January 2020

Learn how QuarterPRO can help promote and improve udder health and control mastitis.

18 November 2019

NPA Chairman, Richard Lister has been awarded the 2019 David Black Award.

1 November 2019

The most significant single influence on the success of any flock is the shepherd. Whether you intend to keep half a dozen sheep or several hundred, the same principles apply. This guide gives an introduction into sheep farming to improve both animal welfare and productivity.

26 November 2019

Analysis of the number of doses of key vaccines authorised for use in cattle and sheep in 2018. This is an update to a report we published in November 2018, on the use of vaccines in dairy and beef cattle between 2011 and 2017.

20 July 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: Karen Bond, NMR Johnes advisor provides a detailed overview of Johnes, how to spot it earlier and outlines a long term strategy for reducing instances on your farm

14 July 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: Esteemed vet Dr James Breen provides a detailed overview of his work reducing instances of Mastitis with Hillhead of Covington's Willie Baillie

1 July 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: People management specialist Paul Harris is joined by Kenton and Charlotte Bennett as they explore the key elements of building an effective team

1 July 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: People management expert Paul Harris answers questions from the recent building effective teams webinar

20 July 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: Karen Bond, NMR Johnes advisor provides a detailed overview of Johnes, how to spot it earlier and outlines a long term strategy for reducing instances on your farm

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