Jenny Hull describes approaches to calculating the internal pelvic area of a cow to determine its potential for breeding.20 mins
Kaz Strycharczyk describes techniques to deal with this common emergency situation, including aftercare and prognosis.
Sophie Mahendran considers the need for cattle to be well cared for during this time, including nutrition and maintaining hygiene.
2018 will live in Roger Evans’ memory as a bad year for several reasons – from a longer winter and drought, to a TB breakdown and BSE threat.19 mins
Sally Wilson discusses the importance of clear, concise communication between these two parties on this subject.
Katie Fitzgerald describes how developing a relationship with farmer clients helps progress their business and animal health and welfare.24 mins
Axiom Veterinary Laboratories’ latest update focuses on gastrointestinal and nutritional diseases, including Salmonella, Johne’s disease and heavy metal poisoning.
Sophie Mahendran looks into how the disease arises in calves and approaches to managing it – including oral rehydration.
Axiom Veterinary Laboratories assesses a series of case studies of infections on farms, including viral respiratory and bacterial respiratory infections.18 mins
Valentina Busin discusses management strategies to maximise newborn lamb survival, animal welfare and farm profitability.
Peter Edmondson looks at minimising drug residue in milk, in which human error has been found to be a major cause of bulk tank failure.
Paddy Gordon looks at measures to prevent or minimise incidences of this metabolic disease in dairy cattle.
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James Barnett presents a selection of cases from the ruminant diagnostic caseload of Axiom Veterinary Laboratories from the spring and early summer of 2018.
Jenny Hull, following part one of her article (VT48.36), discusses the benefits and stages of fertility testing male sheep.
Saying no often feels like a hard thing to do; however, Ami Sawran suggests it shouldn't be about letting people down, but protecting your well-being, both physically and mentally.
Paul Burr breaks down ways to counter these infections via various control and prevention methods.
David Harwood recounts a full programme at the Goat Veterinary Society spring meeting from various specialists in animal health.
Jacqueline Matthews discusses the spread of this parasitic disease and methods of managing the spread of Fasciola hepatica on farms.
Roger Evans looks on how the countryside – specifically the demographics of people living there – have changed in his 50 years in farming.