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Search for 2022 BVA Young Vet of the Year launched today
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has begun the hunt for this year’s BVA Young Vet of the Year Award to find an early career vet who has already made a difference and positive contribution to the veterinary profession.
Newsletter from May 2022, December, November, July, May, April and March 2021
There is just over a month until the Sheep Veterinary Society (SVS) hosts its Spring conference in Templepatrick, Northern Ireland on 23rd – 25th May 2022.
Booking deadline extended until Monday 9th May 2022.
We are starting our conference countdown with a quick roundup of what’s on offer over the two and a half days.
As set out in the government’s Agricultural Transition Plan 2021 – 2024, Defra will offer farmers who wish to leave the industry the option of taking a lump sum payment in England.
Vet Students – Survey launched to understand impact of the rise in Schmallenberg virus on 2022 lambing season
As the UK experiences a phase of heightened Schmallenberg Virus (SBV) risk, a new survey has been launched for participating vet students on lambing placement to identify the prevalence of deformed lambs, which is an indicator of presence of SBV across the UK.
The Humane Slaughter Association (HSA) has updated its technical guidance for the on-farm humane killing of neonate pigs, goats and sheep.
Sheep Veterinary Society and Sheep Antibiotic Guardian Group (SAGG) issues guidance to sheep farmers in response to discontinuation of watery mouth treatment
In response to the discontinuation of watery mouth treatment, Spectam Scour Halt by Ceva Animal Health, which means there will be limited supplies in 2022 and no more produced, the Sheep Antibiotic Guardian Group (SAGG) and Sheep Veterinary Society (SVS) are once again urging vets and farmers to engage as soon as possible to devise a plan to manage and combat the condition
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Vets are being urged to make use of a new guide to help them “myth bust” common misconceptions around applying for vet school in order to encourage young people from all backgrounds to take the first step towards a veterinary career.