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10 February 2009 | Cattle,Husbandry,News,Animal Health

Producers gearing up for spring calving should be aware of reports of a rise in the number of cases of Salmonella Dublin, which can be linked to abort...

Rise in number of cases of Salmonella reported

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10 February 2009 | News

A worrying 65% of herds tested positive for IBR infection, 69% positive for Leptospirosis and the majority of herds tested showed evidence of previous...

Infectious diseases causing hidden losses in dairy herds

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19 January 2009 | News,Poultry

As we know, a new year is always a good time to take stock of what we are doing and why we are doing it. The latter part of last year saw discussio...

How much range for free range layers?

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26 March 2008 | News,Poultry

Taken from the Ranger magazine www.theranger.co.uk In previous articles in The Ranger, we have discussed the importance of biosecurity in protectin...

Keeping the bugs at bay – how to protect your birds

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28 February 2008 | News,Poultry

(This article appeared in the February issue of the Ranger magazine by Crowshall Veterinary - For more details about free range egg production visit w...

Vaccination of poultry - All you ever wanted to know

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4 September 2007 | Cattle,News

Cattle farmers are warned to be on their guard against coccidiosis in their calves this autumn. Sub-clinical coccidiosis is often an ’invisible...

Farmers warned: Autumn calves at high risk of coccidiosis

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5 May 2007 | Poultry

In this month’s Ranger article we are looking at the options available to provide the pullet with good immunity against coccidiosis on the layin...

Coccidiosis – providing immunity in the laying flock

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5 May 2007 |

Escherichia coli (thankfully shortened to E coli!) is an imposing name for an imposing bug! As we have discussed in these columns several times previo...

E coli...a better strike rate than Beckham!

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