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
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Copper, cobalt and selenium/vitamin E, are considered the important trace elements of cattle impacting on performance.
Clinical signs include diarrhoea, poor milk yield and weight loss but no fever. There is no cure.
The most commonly affected joints are the fetlock, carpal, hock and stifle with hot and painful swellings.
There is yellow/green diarrhoea with much mucus present. Beef calves aged 14-21 days old are most commonly affected
In the UK, clinical coccidiosis is most often seen in lambs aged four to eight weeks old.
This bulletin advises on how to treat vaginal and uterine prolapses
Adequate colostrum intake, genetics, hygiene and shelter are very important to ensure newborn lamb survival
(CLA) is a chronic contagious disease of sheep with the incidence of disease increasing with age.
Pigs appear to be particularly vulnerable to a form of dehydration that presents as a specific disease entity - salt poisoning or water depr…
The brooding phase starts as soon as the chicks arrive on site and continues until the poults are weaned off the heat.
Remember that the respiratory system of a bird includes lungs, air sacs and hollow bones. Therefore, keep dust and ammonia levels low.
This webinar discusses the important principles for successful lambings and low lamb mortality
This webinar discusses the methods used to stop diseases and pests from entering a dairy herd.
This webinar discusses the really important topic of supporting immunity around the time of calving in particular the role of minerals.
Factors affecting perinatal lamb mortality include farm management especially nutrition, level of flock supervision and infectious diseases
Nematodirus (nematodirosis) is an important disease affecting young lambs managed on pasture grazed by young lambs the previously year.
NADIS are delighted to announce the launch of our brand-new teaching resource The Cattle and Sheep Clinical Library for Vets.
The meeting will spark new ideas and is intended to be a lot of fun as well as highly motivational.
Prolonged wet weather is causing a headache for many sheep farmers, who are struggling to turn out sheep.
Please see the following CEVA Animal Welfare Awards 2020 update
Farmers with autumn calving herds are being encouraged to be vigilant for coccidiosis.
Bayer has launched the first patented toltrazuril and gleptoferron combination for injection for piglets in the UK.