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Study reveals insights into lumpy skin disease
19th April 2021
Scientists measure risk of different insects transmitting emerging cattle virus.
EFSA calls for views on the welfare of animals during transport in the EU
16th April 2021
Consultation will inform policies related to transported animals.
Novel Marek's disease vaccines now available in the UK
14th April 2021
New product described as "the first innovation in the Marek category in over 40 years."
Selective breeding in sheep could enhance resilience to climate change
9th April 2021
Study reveals some Chios sheep are more resilient than others to temperature fluctuations
Sheep health specialist named Farm Educator of the Year
9th April 2021
Emily Gascoigne recognised for her work in animal welfare education.
Researchers create inside-out 'mini guts' to aid poultry research
7th April 2021
3D model will support studies into poultry health and disease.
Compulsory poultry housing restrictions lifted
6th April 2021
Birds keepers must maintain strict biosecurity measures.
Avian flu identified in Staffordshire
30th March 2021
Discovery comes ahead of the lifting of housing restrictions on Wednesday.
RCVS approves government proposals on temporary OVs
29th March 2021
Move will allow temporary registrants to undertake export health certification or meat hygiene work.
Rainfall drives genetic adaptation in Ethiopian sheep, study finds
24th March 2021
Finding could inform future breeding strategies in tropical countries.
Cows' wellbeing may be impacted without access to outside pasture
19th March 2021
Study assesses cows' emotional state when housed indoors full-time.
SRUC launches new app to connect farmers and vets
16th March 2021
Free app allows farmers to quickly record and share cattle data.
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