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Refresh your knowledge with a review of the important endo- and ecto-parasitic diseases of cattle and sheep. Sessions will cover the epidemiology and control of parasitic gastroenteritis, lungworm, coccidiosis, liver fluke and sheep scab.
TB is a devastating disease for the UK cattle industry, affecting livelihoods, animal health and welfare, herd genetics and farmer wellbeing.The ‘Bovine TB Strategy Review’, led by Prof.
VET19 is an unrivalled event within the veterinary calendar, where the international veterinary community can meet to share progress and overcome challenges in evidence-based practice.
This workshop is for the cattle vet practitioner who wants to improve their understanding of bovine foot problems and develop skills for dealing with troublesome cases and lameness scenarios.
The challenge for veterinary surgeons involved in herd health planning is to provide a service that improves and safeguards the productivity of their clients’ herds.
The driving force behind the course is the commercial availability of the one-step-thaw bovine embryos. These can be put into cows relatively quickly without the need for expensive specialist equipment.
Broaden your knowledge from the Dutch 5-step technique to the Canadian White Line Atlas method.
This course is tailored towards veterinary surgeons and dairy farm advisors who wish to develop their understanding of dairy youngstock nutrition from birth through to first calving.
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