Farm animal vaccines improve health & reduce antibiotic use when used in integrated health programmes. Tell us how you make them work for you. #VaccinesWork
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!
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IBR is a highly infectious and contagious viral disease affecting cattle of all ages. It is one of the top cattle health and welfare concerns across Great Britain estimated to cost the industry £36.6m #DiseaseNotOnMyFarm #VaccinesWork
Outbreaks of disease are unpredictable and can have a major financial impact on your farm business. Vaccination is a planned approach to help to protect your herd and improve animal health #VaccinesWork #DiseaseNotOnMyFarm
Pasteurellosis is caused by bacteria that are carried by normal, healthy sheep, triggered by stressors to cause symptoms like pneumonia and death. It's important to vaccinate against pasteurellosis as many trigger factors can't be controlled.
NADIS Animal Health Skills - Clostridia and Pasteurella Vaccination
NADIS is a unique online based animal health resource for farmers, vets and SQPs. The information is written by veterinary experts, peer-reviewed and ...