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General observations about FMD in sheep The onset of lameness is highly variable, 2 days to one week after infection […]

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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 Aberystwyth and Autumn Meeting Windermere, 2018

Proceedings

Autumn Meeting Peebles, 2017

Proceedings

Spring Meeting Skipton and Autumn Meeting Newquay, 2016

 

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