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The deadline to submit abstracts to the next ISVA virtual meeting has been extended until the 15th of July 2021


Dr Matt Lloyd Jones, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Exeter and his research team are seeking farmers and non-farmers to take part in a study about how people identify the early symptoms of lameness in sheep.


Professor Fitzpatrick will remain the Scientific Director of Moredun Research Group and CEO of The Moredun Group, a world renowned research institute in Midlothian with expertise in livestock health and infectious diseases.



ADAS are looking for sheep farmers to take part in a Defra-funded research project to inform development of a future voluntary scheme to financially support farmers in delivering good animal welfare.


Includes International Disease Monitoring Report (IDMR): March 2021


A new initiative has been launched that uses serological testing to improve the control of sheep scab within hot spot areas in […]


Group of veterinary professionals including the (Sheep Veterinary Society) representing all areas of the workforce have written an open letter […]


Using a faecal egg count reduction test (FECRT) to test for wormer resistance on farm is an important step, say […]


Disease Surveillance & Emerging threats


Free service for sheep farmers and advisors could reduce lamb mortality this spring. As February has reminded us, the weather […]


The APHA Surveillance Intelligence Unit and Surveillance and Laboratory Services Department are very pleased to announce that during January and […]


Flock Health Club Virtual comms CPD for vets webinar (11 Feb 2021) – View recording Flock Health Club Wider Comms […]

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