Farm animal vaccines improve health & reduce antibiotic use when used in integrated health programmes. Tell us how you make them work for you. #VaccinesWork
We asked @PLFProf -- "Paint us a picture...what will European livestock farming look like in twenty years?"
His response was simple....Digital will be the norm. Better tracking, more precision, improved production.
Check out more in our new interview:
Every year, 1 in 5 livestock will be lost to disease.
This is an astounding number that affects not just animals but the 1+ billion people who rely on livestock worldwide.
We must stop this. Support better animal health.
Don't forget about our FREE testing for 'watery mouth' in #lambs in March! Register submissions via our 'Animal Disease Testing Service' https://t.co/iB63Gl3Pqd. For more info contact your local Veterinary Investigation Centre: https://t.co/mkSBLatDa7 #Lambing2019 @SheepVetsoc
Don't bring it home! Diseases such as African Swine Fever (ASF) can be carried in pigmeat, which is harmful if fed to pigs. Make sure all pig unit staff are aware, especially if travelling to other countries at Christmas https://t.co/MLYSXDUN9U @APHAgovuk #pighealth
Letter about the essential role of the environmental risk assessment in safeguarding the environment in the authorisation process for vet medicines
The most common causes of pathogenic calf scour are rotavirus, cryptosporidium and coccidiosis. Your vet can help to identify the cause of scour on-farm, to establish the best course of treatment and prevention #ScourPrevention #DiseaseNotOnMyFarm
The #VaccinesWork campaign is easing off for this year now. Resources are still available on and also through the info site https://t.co/xPfHubuH0g. Please follow @RUMA_UK for more on responsible use of medicines & watch out for #ColostrumIsGold next Feb!