Sara Pedersen looks at studies into the prevention and treatment of this condition, and applying it to veterinary practice.35 mins
Kim Stafford and Phil Elkins discuss the aetiology and treatment options regarding this seasonal bacterial infection.
Sarah Hewitt discusses the life cycle of this parasitic disease, methods of detecting infection, treatment options and measures for its control.40 mins
Roger Evans offers his take on some of the issues impacting on farming in his latest Dairy Diary.
The author runs through some of the important considerations for farm animal vets and their clients, with particular emphasis on vaccination and disease prevention, husbandry and nutrition.
Tim Potter looks how vets can help clients manage at one of the leading causes of losses in the beef and dairy industry.
Jennifer Allan runs through preventive strategies for a prevalent disease with a high morbidity rate, including environmental control and boosting calf immunity.
Having already discussed the wider causes of lameness, James Dixon turns his attenton to the risk factors to stock at pasture, including some less common conditions affecting grazing animals.
Emma Fishbourne discusses latest developments in a major cause of disease and economic loss to the UK dairy industry.
In his latest report from Axiom laboratories, veterinary clinical pathologist James Barnett focuses on respiratory disease in the months of December, January and February.17 mins
Johnathan Love and Mike Taylor explain several control and worming strategies to help prevent parasitic nematode infections in herds.
Vet Jack Sheldrake explains how he and a veterinary colleague have bucked the trend by setting up and running a successful farm veterinary practice that is an independent business.
Jenny Hull describes approaches to calculating the internal pelvic area of a cow to determine its potential for breeding.
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.