TB Advisory Service expansion a large stride towards TB control

A significant step forward has been made to reduce the spread of TB with the expansion of the TB Advisory ...
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Red Tractor Updates

New Red Tractor farm standards take effect on 1 November 2021.

As a brief summary, the changes include stronger recommendations for ...
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Housing Vaccinations

Housing can be a stressful time for cattle and farm teams, bringing with it a change in daily routine, diet and ...
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beef cattle

Red tape or golden opportunity? Making the most of beef health planning

Health planning for your beef herd is not only a useful way of collating your farm’s history and tasks for the ...
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Ram Fertility and Tupping

Targets

The target for ram performance is >90% of ewes pregnant after the first breeding cycle. The most common cause of poor ...
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Key points for keeping alpacas comfortable in summer

Shearing

Shearing is often a time when various other husbandry tasks are undertaken – it is a great time to take ...
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Quarters – are they important for mastitis control?

Quarters – maybe you are thinking of the quarters of the udder? What if it is the quarterly time frame ...
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Sarah Tomlinson BVM&S MRCVS

Two key bTB roles for Sarah!

The National Beef Association (NBA) has strengthened its veterinary and bTB expertise by appointing Sarah Tomlinson to its national board.

In ...
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Go away and die, flies!

Few things get to me like flies do. They seem to have an arrogant, brazen, vindictive attitude; as if to say ...
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flock of sheep

How to spend or save on trace elements

Production rates on farm are largely influenced by fertility and growth rates, both of which we can maximise in working alongside ...
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