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Spring Meeting 2010, Jersey

  • Clinical approach to neurological conditions in sheep – P.R. Scott
  • Jersey: the local perspective – L. Lowseck
  • Cysticercus ovis infection in sheep – P. Menzies
  • An update on bluetongue in Northern and Western Europe: Successful control through vaccination – C.A.L. Oura
  • Biosecurity at the farm, regional, national and international levels – P. Menzies
  • Scanning and targeted surveillance – I. Davies
  • Biosecurity and surveillance in Southern Europe: Diseases not endemic in the UK – G. Christodoulopoulos
  • Biosecurity and surveillance for parasitic disease – S. Mitchell
  • Provision of a refuge for anthelmintic susceptible nematodes: a necessity to ensure sustainable sheep production? – N. Sargison
  • Problems of refugia-based control programmes for sheep nematodes – J. C. Hindson and M. J. Clarkson
  • An update on the exotic diseases of sheep and goats – L. Mansley
  • Salivary abomasum disease in young lambs – G. Christodoulopoulos
  • Double scaup (double-scope, death-scope) – C. Lewis
  • Treatment of ovine infectious keratoconjuctivitis with tilmicosin – N. Sargison and P. Scott
  • Pseudomonas skin lesions in sheep – R.L. Collins
  • Clostridium sordellii re-visited – H. Stevenson
  • Evidence of Chlamydophila abortus vaccine strain 1B as possible cause of ovine enzootic abortion – N. Wheelhouse, K. Aitchison, K. Laroucau, J. Thomson, D. Longbottom

Autumn Meeting 2010, Lancaster

  • How to examine the udder and collect milk samples – V.S. Mavrogianni and G.C. Fthenakis
  • How to investigate deaths in neonatal lambs – I.A. Fragkou, V.S. Mavrogianni and G.C. Fthenakis
  • How to investigate peri-parturient ewe deaths – V.S. Mavrogianni, C. Brozos and G.C. Fthenakis
  • How to treat pregnancy toxaemia – V.S. Mavrogianni and G.C. Fthenakis
  • How to examine rams for breeding soundness – P.G. Gouletsou and G.C. Fthenakis
  • Bluetongue: history, welfare and where are we now? – C. Lewis
  • Animal welfare management programmes in Scotland – A. Voas
  • Maxillary fi brosarcoma in sheep – I. Richards
  • Health and welfare issues associated with Southern European sheep production – G.C. Fthenakis
  • Clinical tuberculosis in a UK sheep flock – G. van der Burgt, T. Crawshaw, S. Morris and M. Domingues
  • Elimination of ovine Johne’s disease from a closed fl ock using a live vaccine – C. Lewis
  • Attempting to model the cost of footrot in ewes – F.M. Lovatt
  • Use of tilmicosin for the management of contagious ovine digital dermatitis and footrot – A. Sawyer
  • Sheep welfare and contagious ovine digital dermatitis – J.S. Duncan and H.E. Williams
  • Identifying on-farm indicators of sheep welfare – C.J. Phythian, E. Michalopoulou, P.H. Jones, A.C. Winter, M.J. Clarkson, L.A. Stubbings, D. Grove-White, P.J. Cripps and J.S. Duncan
  • Can CODD and footrot be eradicated with a single whole-group antibiotic treatment? – D. Judson
  • A strategic approach to the prevention and control of coccidiosis in sheep – M. Taylor 

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