Jay Tunstall is working with Dai Grove White, Helen Mary Higgins, Joanne Oultram and Karin Mueller at the University of Liverpool to establish a baseline of evidence regarding this issue. Here, Jay discusses how it will help vets support their clients.35 mins
Ahead of her lecture to recent graduates at BCVA Congress with Lucy Jerram, Jenny Allan discusses why these plans are more than a box-ticking exercise, and how they help start discussions with farmers about animal welfare and disease.
In his latest Dairy Diary, Roger Evans explains why he is angry the activities of some farmers bring bad publicity for everyone else.
Nicola Gladden reviews the measurement methods available to practitioners and discusses routine herd-based monitoring.
Owen Atkinson considers the social aspects of antibiotic supply to farms, and steps farmers and vets can take towards responsible use.41 mins
Immigration Advice Service political correspondent Olivia Bridge explains how post-Brexit immigration rules will impact the agricultural sector, as well as the veterinary workforce and animal welfare as a whole.
Roger Evans discusses sales reps and activities particular to certain types of year in his latest Dairy Diary.
Neil Sargison discusses principles of control, as well as challenges in the face of gastrointestinal roundworm and lungworm adaptation.
Owen Atkinson takes a look at research into advancements in understanding this condition to help vets support clients.33 mins
Sally Wilson uses her first-hand experience to discuss the skill behind creating user-friendly on-farm protocols.
Paul Wood discusses the clinical presentation of this infection, and eradication schemes in place across the UK and Europe.
Sophie Mahendran looks at approaches to prevent this disease in young cattle, considering housing and ventilation factors.32 mins
Paddy Gordon discusses how to effectively prevent disease through good management, housing and nutrition.
Hany Elsheikha reviews on-farm management of worm infection, including the latest on responsible prescribing of anthelmintics.
Respiratory diseases seen in spring 2019 is the focus of Axiom Veterinary Laboratories’ latest update – including cases of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, respiratory syncytial virus and pasteurellosis.19 mins
David Harwood reports on a mix of topics including disbudding best practice at the Goat Veterinary Society's spring meeting.
Roger Evans provides the latest in his series of Dairy Diary, this time with a look at organic farming.
Sally Wilson discusses how her practice decided to harness this concept and make it a constructive tool for both farmer and vet.
CASE STUDY: 2016 BVDzero awards finalist Angela Damaso explains how limited resources, farmer apathy, biosecurity challenges and various other issues resulted in an incomplete BVD eradication programme.
Mastitis, BVD and malignant catarrhal fever are just three of the conditions seen by Axiom Veterinary Laboratories during the spring of 2019.25 mins