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VA is acting as the central point of contact for information and advice on Covid 19 this will include signposts to other links identified for example access to support for well-being issues or best practice guidance and information to clients.

This information is available to everyone not just BVA members.

Disease information, Publications

Policy Statement – February 2020

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RCVS Knowledge is delighted to launch its new Farm Vet Champions course, providing free and practical training in championing good antimicrobial stewardship, available on the charity’s new e-learning platform.

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This is an update of the SCOPS Internal Parasite Technical Manual for Vets and Advisers, following an expert review during […]

Books

by Phillipa Page (Author), Kim Hamer (Author)

The Professional Smallholder: Sheep Keeping is a comprehensive handbook, providing veterinary relevant information to the sheep smallholder.

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Sheep scab: update on diagnosis and investigating suspected lack of efficacy of Macrocyclic Lactones (MLs) Sheep scab is the most […]

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Includes videos, presentation and website links on Bluetongue. Bluetongue vaccination videos from Farmers Weekly – see videos Follow this link […]

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The aim of this certificate is not to guarantee ram fertility but to reduce the risk of potentially unsuitable rams […]

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Ram PBE – data collection resource template for on farm.

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We are delighted to share with you the University of Nottingham Sheep Antibiotic Use Calculator. It is a tool which […]

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VMD’s (Veterinary Medicines Directorate) 5 year plan for reducing antimicrobial use Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global problem that impacts […]

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The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) group is today launching a campaign reminding sheep farmers, contractors and prescribers that Organophosphate (OP) can only be used as a plunge dip.

Useful Links

We have collated the following links as an additional resource in supporting your work and CPD as a member of the Sheep Veterinary Society.

Useful links