The Blowfly Alert forecasts the level of strike risk for different regions of the UK. It will be updated monthly through July to October. The forecasts are supported by on farm reporting of cases – to report a case in your flock please click the link below.View Alert Report An Outbreak
The parasite control package gives vets access to more detailed forecasts. Available to subscribing practices and their clients.Subscribe
This webinar discusses the importance of correct teat care in the parlour to reduce mastitis
The webinar discusses how to achieve excellent calf house hygiene to minimise disease
The affected quarter is swollen, hard, painful and hot, with a grossly enlarged teat.
Ingestion of young bracken fronds can result in anorexia, bleeding from nasal passage and vagina, wasting and death.
Diarrhoea or calf scour can be a major cause of poor growth and calf mortality in many dairy herds.
The disease is spread between cattle by ticks. It causes destruction of red blood cells leading to fever, anaemia, and red urine.
This webinar discusses the principles of pre tupping and early pregnancy nutrition
Clinical signs associated with trace element deficiency usually present as poorly grown lambs during late summer/early autumn
The breeding period may only extend to five or six weeks but effective management of rams necessitates all year round attention.
Adults flies are attracted to areas of faecal staining surrounding the perineum.
Signs develop over some months with weight loss progressing to emaciation.
Respiratory disease in the form of bronchitis and pneumonia is one of the most common presenting syndromes seen in growing pigs.
The purpose of a hatchery is the incubation and hatching of eggs to produce good quality chicks.
For the small poultry keeper there is a choice of two methods of hatching chicks – natural or artificial
Leptospirosis is a common infection in dairy and beef herds causing infertility, abortion and poor milk yield.
Ninety percent of lameness in dairy cows arises from conditions of the feet.
IBR is a highly contagious, infectious viral disease affecting cattle of all ages. Infection occurs by inhalation and requires contact between animals.
Most outbreaks of lameness in sheep are caused by either interdigital dermatitis (scald) or footrot
Factors affecting perinatal lamb mortality include farm management especially nutrition, level of flock supervision and infectious diseases
As spring approaches so does the threat of blowfly strike
Bayer has launched the first patented toltrazuril and gleptoferron combination for injection for piglets in the UK.
One way of deciding if treatment is necessary is to screen for exposure to sheep scab mites using the ELISA blood antibody test.
Industry Event Sees Key Opinion Leaders Join Forces To Promote Best Practice For Sheep Scab Control.
NADIS has launched a new parasite control package for vet practices, to help them engage with more farmers on the topic of parasite control.
Join Ben Strugnell from Farm Post Mortems for a CPD Course on 23rd of August.