Health

20 June 2024

Answers to frequently asked questions to ensure farmers and vets have factual, up-to-date information on the current bluetongue during vector high risk periods

29 May 2024

Medicines are used to treat disease in people and in animals. It is important to use medicines appropriately when animals are sick to protect their welfare and restore them to health. The aim is to use as little as possible, but it is also important to use as much as is necessary to prevent unnecessary suffering and maintain animal welfare

12 June 2024

During this meeting, we will discuss a disease control framework for England.

3 June 2024

How best to support performance, mitigate impacts from disease and weather events, and enhance resilience in your production system

3 June 2024

What does an ASF contingency plan look like and how can you play your part in protecting the national herd?

4 June 2024

Mandy Nevel shares her thoughts on the risk of ASF reaching the UK and the importance of contingency planning.

4 July 2024

SFI stacking options and the latest information on anthelmintics and the control and management of liver fluke.

6 June 2024

SFI stacking options and the latest information on anthelmintics and the control and management of liver fluke.

30 April 2024

See first hand the impact of parasites on sheep as we conduct sheep post-mortems

2 April 2024

Find out why relatives of lame sheep often become lame as well

1 March 2024

Lameness is a common heath and welfare issue that has a negative impact on ewe fertility, lamb growth rates and longevity. It can cause considerable pain and discomfort to the affected sheep, while incurring financial loss to your business.

1 March 2024

Following one of the warmest Februarys on record, the threat to lambs from nematodirus is predicted to be extremely variable across the UK

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