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Autumn Meeting 2021, Cheltenham

  • NSA general update and introduction to RoSA (Register of Sheep Advisers) – Phil Stocker
  • Animal Health and Welfare Pathway – England – Nick Hart
  • Scanning Surveillance for Small Ruminants in GB – Amanda Carson
  • Non-stun slaughter – a new Halal Assurance Scheme and the Demonstration of Life protocol permitting non-lethal stunning of sheep – Professor the Lord Trees FRCVS, FMedSci, HonFRSE
  • Halal in the UK sheep industry – Rizvan Khalid
  • Keeping Vets Healthy – James Russell, BVA President
  • Neuroaxonal dystrophy in Swaledales – Ben Strugnell and Katie Waine (
  • Congenital chondro-dysplasia in lambs associated with feeding red-clover silage during pregnancy – Guda van der Burgt and Mark Wessels
  • Neonatal lamb survival in Great Britain: working towards a neonatal survival plan – Amy Jennings1*, Robert F Kelly1, Katie Adam2, Emily Gascoigne3, Andy Hopker1, Peers Davies4, Jennifer Duncan4, Charlotte Mouland3, Geraldine Russell1, Peter Down5, Fiona Lovatt5, Ann Bruce2, Alexander Corbishley1
  •  Colostrum Quality – a Farming Connect project – Phillipa Pagea, Rosalie Sampsona, Kate Phillipsa, Ginny Sherwinb, Fiona Lovattab
  •  Support for Sheep Vets in Wales – Kate Hovers
  • The Thin Ewe Project – Suzi Bell
  • Benchmarking antibiotic usage & ending the blanket treatment of neonates on sheep farms in Devon – Jonathan Hobbs BVetMed DBR MRCVS
  • Update on Clostridial diseases – Arthur Otter
  • Sheep Scab update – Harriet Fuller
  • Tick Borne Diseases: a series of case presentations from the field – Jonathan Hobbs BVetMed DBR MRCVS
  • XLVets Fluke Sentinel Initiative 2019 – Mark Thompson
  • Sheep Veterinary Work – A safe place to practise? – Nick Perkins MRCVS
  • Scrapie: A forgotten but still existent disease Should we care about scrapie and why? – John Spiropoulos

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