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Disease information

Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is an acute infectious viral disease causing fever, followed by the development of vesicles (blisters) – chiefly in the mouth and on the feet.

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The Scottish Sheep Scab Initiative was launched at the Kelso Farm Sales on 11 September 2003. It is a response […]

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There is evidence that Schmallenberg virus (SBV) has over wintered and is again circulating.  Active infection has now been detected […]

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Advice on best practice for treating and controlling foot rot. Background This advice is the result of a discussion by […]

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It is inevitable that on every sheep farm, there will occasionally be animals which become sick or injured. The action […]

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These guidelines were updated following an expert workshop held in Edinburgh in June 2014. Attendees and sponsors of the workshop […]

Publications

Sheep Vets Society policy on responsible use of Antimicrobials in sheep. There is increasing global concern over rising levels of […]

Publications

Good Practice Guidelines – July 2017 It is important that all veterinary surgeons, with sheep under their care, comply with […]

Proceedings

Spring Meeting 2018 and Autumn Meeting 2018, Windermere

Proceedings

Autumn Meeting 2017, Peebles RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice – a practitioner’s experience – K. Hamer The European College […]

Proceedings

Spring Meeting 2016, Skipton Antimicrobial resistance – J Duncan Antimicrobial use and resistance in sheep: what do we know? – […]

Proceedings

Spring Meeting 2015, Stratford upon Avon Food chain information and collection and communication of results – P. Stocker Undergraduate Veterinary […]

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