This webinar presents an overview of lungworm and how to prevent and control the disease.
This webinar discusses the methods used to stop diseases and pests from entering a dairy herd.
How to give the neonatal calf the best start in life is the topic of this webinar
This webinar discusses the causes, clinical signs, treatment and prevention of Grass Staggers
Clinical signs include diarrhoea, poor milk yield and weight loss but no fever. There is no cure.
The joints most commonly affected are the fetlock, carpal joints, hock, and stifle.
Copper, cobalt and selenium/vitamin E, are considered the important trace elements of cattle impacting on performance.
Adults flies are attracted to areas of faecal staining surrounding the perineum.
Sudden onset of profuse watery diarrhoea, faecal staining of tail wool and perineum. Lambs are dull, depressed and stop sucking.
Navel ill is common in young lambs born into unsanitary conditions where there is inadequate navel treatment.
Damage to pigs' tails by pen mates contributes a major loss to the pig industry.
"If you wouldn't drink the water, neither should your birds"!
For the small poultry keeper there is a choice of two methods of hatching chicks – natural or artificial
The main signs of Johne's disease in cattle are progressive weight loss and chronic diarrhoea, If your herd has no history of Johne's disease it is critical that all measures are taken to prevent introduction of infection.
Sheep Abortion is a major economic loss to the sheep industry with individual cases costing £85 each.
Diarrhoea or calf scour can be a major cause of poor growth and calf mortality in many dairy herds.
Diarrhoea or calf scour can be a major cause of calf mortality and lost profit in many beef suckler herds.
Most outbreaks of lameness in sheep are caused by either interdigital dermatitis (scald) or footrot
As spring approaches so does the threat of blowfly strike
The SCOPS Nematodirus forecast is currently predicting moderate risks in main parts of the UK.
Workshop dates coming up
Boehringer Ingelheim is inviting you to take part in the National BVD Survey 2019.
One way of deciding if treatment is necessary is to screen for exposure to sheep scab mites using the ELISA blood antibody test.