You are here

Latest update / news

13-11-17
Risk of Liver Fluke remain high in areas

An update released by SCOPS this week says feedback from around the UK in the last month has confirmed earlier warnings that livestock farmers need to be on their guard...

06-11-17
NSA SHEEP HEALTH, ‘WEALTH’ AND PRODUCTION CONFERENCE

Bookings are still open for this year’s NSA South East Region’s Sheep Health, Wealth and Production conference, taking place on Wednesday 22nd November at the...

24-10-17
Vets urge vigilance after Bluetongue-positive animals imported to England and Scotland

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has called for renewed vigilance and responsible sourcing after Defra and Scottish Government announced that a number of cattle in...

28-09-17
New President for SVS

Iain Richards was elected as the new President of the Sheep Veterinary Society at their autumn conference held in Peebles, Scotland at the end of September. He takes over...

20-09-17
ISVC images from the Pre-congress tour

Our Pre-Congress Tour of England and Wales, travelling the length and breadth of the country, from Kent in the south east to Cornwall in the south west, from the Welsh...

14-09-17
SVS Past Presidents dinner event

One of the highlights of the Sheep Veterinary Society’s ‘Golden Anniversary’ celebrations was a special dinner for the Society’s Past Presidents and their guests. It took...

28-07-17
SVS Good Practice Guidelines 2017

The Sheep Veterinary Society have produced a ' Responsible Use of Antimicrobials Good Practice Guidelines'

...

07-07-17
What does scanning surveillance mean to you?

Please find a message from the British Veterinary Association who have launched a survey for veterinary surveillance.

What does scanning surveillance mean...

03-07-17
Bluetongue risk remains low

AHPA continue to report on the risk level to UK producers of Bluetongue infection in the UK. The current risk is considered to be low with no further cases of Bluetongue...

Pages

Our Aim

“To promote the prevention
of disease and the welfare of
sheep by providing a forum
for discussion, distribution of
research results and provision
of advice on veterinary
matters relating to sheep”

Contact the Society

Sheep Veterinary Society,
SVS Secretariat,
Moredun Research Institute,
International Research Centre,
Pentlands Science Park,
Bush Loan, Penicuik,
Midlothian, EH26 0PZ

VAT No: 246 5043 16

Tel: +44 131 445 5111
Fax: +44 131 445 6235

secretariat@sheepvetsoc.org.uk