Health

26 February 2021

Find out how to use Medicine Hub with our quick reference guide

18 February 2021

Time at pasture poses a considerable risk for clinical mastitis and increased somatic cell counts for many dairy herds, due to exposure to different bacterial pathogens and variable environmental conditions. Our top tips will help you manage the risk of mastitis in the contamination hotspots.

25 February 2021

Would you like to learn more about the components of successful heifer development? This February we will be joined by Rick Funston, Professor of Animal Science at the University of Nebraska , for a webinar to discuss heifer development.

3 February 2021

AHDB, HCC and QMS and Dr Alex Corbishley, vet and senior lecturer in farm animal practice at University of Edinburgh, hosted a webinar on improving new-born survival on beef and sheep farms.

3 February 2021

AHDB, HCC and QMS hosted a webinar with Dr Alex Corbishley, on improving neonatal survival on beef and sheep farms.

11 February 2021

Join the farming community, exhibitors and esteemed speakers for two weeks on online farming seminars and engagement at Dairy Tech 2021 - Week 2

3 February 2021

Join the farming community, exhibitors and esteemed speakers for two weeks on online farming seminars and engagement at Dairy Tech 2021 - Week 1

26 January 2021

Gilt Watch® demonstrated there are many solutions to improving overall gilt and sow retention but only when embedded across processes to produce marginal gains. What is needed is a how-to guide for getting from variation to standardisation.

26 January 2021

Gilt Watch® mentors have shown that controlling some of the processes around gilt selection, farrowing groups and nutrition by parity, substantial reductions in variation and performance can be achieved.

26 January 2021

Discover our Gilt Watch® programme, designed to help pig producers make informed and efficient business decisions on gilt management.

28 January 2021

More than 13 million pigs have been individually assessed by specially trained vets to provide a credible and benchmarked level of welfare.

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