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Farmer support for Badger Blocker

Backed by recent research, Rumenco’s Badger Blocker feeder helps limit badgers’ access to mineral licks, blocks and tubs by raising supplement product...


Environmental stress triggers costly pig disease

Scientists at The Royal Veterinary College demonstrate that environmental stress, including high temperatures and crowding, can cause Porcine CircoVir...


Final phase of Scotland's war on BVD

The permanent eradication of Bovine Viral Diarrhoea [BVD] in Scottish cattle moves a step closer in less than 60 days, as the Scottish Government’s ca...


Livestock farmers warned over leptospirosis threat

Leptospirosis remains a common threat to dairy and beef herds in Britain, according to extensive new data collected over the last 18 months. This l...


Operation launched to reduce moorland crime

Devon and Cornwall Police is teaming up with partner agencies to tackle crime across Dartmoor throughout the summer. Local officers will be running...


Firefighters tackle blaze as 10 calves killed

Around ten calves have been killed after a fire broke out on a farm in Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway early this morning. Firefighters were called ...


IARC 'disregarding' scientific evidence on pesticides

Nick von Westenholz, CEO of the Crop Protection Association said: “It’s extremely surprising that the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IAR...


NSA takes action to discourage release of lynx into British countryside

Following the announcement of plans to release lynx into the UK countryside, the National Sheep Association (NSA) has contacted Natural England and a ...


Dairy calf performance 'boosted when worm pressures reduced'

Planning ahead to manage worm burden challenges will help to ensure farmers reap the economic benefit of targeting heifers to calve at 24 months. “...


Record number of apprentices enter food and farming

Record numbers of young people are looking to forge a career in the UK’s flourishing food and farming sector, with more than 36,000 applications for a...


Is your farm a safe place to work?

To support vets and farmers to achieve better safety when working together on farms the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has produced a package of...


Veterinary association looks forward to Brucellosis free declaration for Northern Ireland

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) and its Northern Ireland Branch have welcomed the announcement that Stormont’s Department of Agriculture is t...


Scientists use mouse gene to create TB-resistant cattle

Scientists have created the first genetically engineered cattle which they say are resistant to tuberculosis, thereby reducing the need to cull infect...


Pig 'factory' plan thrown out

The decision this week to refuse permission for one of Britain's first industrial-style farms housing 25,000 pigs has been welcomed by campaigners. ...


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Safeguarding the cattle herd: Beef association starts health campaign

The National Beef Association (NBA) is to publish a series of four guides on protecting the Health of the Herd, kicking off with potential issues when...



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