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HM Government – Statistics – Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs […]


Letter from Christine Middlemiss (UK Chief Veterinary Officer) and Christianne Glossop (Chief Veterinary Officer for Wales), updating Veterinarians and Farmers/Owners […]


Huge congratulations to our SVS Past President Jimmy Wilson on the awarding of his MBE for services to veterinary practice […]


SCOPS says take the plunge……… Not a shower The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) group is today launching […]


Amanda Carson became the new President of the Sheep Veterinary Society during the Virtual Autumn Conference held on 19th September […]


Advice on autumn liver fluke control in sheep and cattle for RAMAs and Veterinarians. Changing practice may be the best […]


There is a greater risk of Bluetongue Virus at this time of year, APHA have produced a series of animations […]


The summer fluke forecast has been published by the National Animal Diseases Information Service (NADIS). It predicts high risk in […]


Parasite infections are an economic, health and welfare concern in all livestock systems and many are endemic in UK flocks […]


BVA is acting as the central point of contact for information and advice on Covid 19 this will include signposts […]


The Sheep Veterinary Society, Flock Health Club and industry partners have produced the following FREE webinars. Sheep vets fit for […]


Dear Lords and Ladies As the British Cattle Veterinary Association (BCVA), Sheep Veterinary Society (SVS) and Goat Veterinary Society (GVS) […]

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