Sally Wilson uses her first-hand experience to discuss the skill behind creating user-friendly on-farm protocols.33 mins
Paul Wood discusses the clinical presentation of this infection, and eradication schemes in place across the UK and Europe.
Sophie Mahendran looks at approaches to prevent this disease in young cattle, considering housing and ventilation factors.32 mins
Paddy Gordon discusses how to effectively prevent disease through good management, housing and nutrition.
Hany Elsheikha reviews on-farm management of worm infection, including the latest on responsible prescribing of anthelmintics.
Respiratory diseases seen in spring 2019 is the focus of Axiom Veterinary Laboratories’ latest update – including cases of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, respiratory syncytial virus and pasteurellosis.19 mins
David Harwood reports on a mix of topics including disbudding best practice at the Goat Veterinary Society's spring meeting.
Roger Evans provides the latest in his series of Dairy Diary, this time with a look at organic farming.
Sally Wilson discusses how her practice decided to harness this concept and make it a constructive tool for both farmer and vet.
CASE STUDY: 2016 BVDzero awards finalist Angela Damaso explains how limited resources, farmer apathy, biosecurity challenges and various other issues resulted in an incomplete BVD eradication programme.
Mastitis, BVD and malignant catarrhal fever are just three of the conditions seen by Axiom Veterinary Laboratories during the spring of 2019.25 mins
Sara Pedersen looks at studies into the prevention and treatment of this condition, and applying it to veterinary practice.
Kim Stafford and Phil Elkins discuss the aetiology and treatment options regarding this seasonal bacterial infection.
Sarah Hewitt discusses the life cycle of this parasitic disease, methods of detecting infection, treatment options and measures for its control.40 mins
Roger Evans offers his take on some of the issues impacting on farming in his latest Dairy Diary.
The author runs through some of the important considerations for farm animal vets and their clients, with particular emphasis on vaccination and disease prevention, husbandry and nutrition.
Tim Potter looks how vets can help clients manage at one of the leading causes of losses in the beef and dairy industry.
Jennifer Allan runs through preventive strategies for a prevalent disease with a high morbidity rate, including environmental control and boosting calf immunity.
Having already discussed the wider causes of lameness, James Dixon turns his attenton to the risk factors to stock at pasture, including some less common conditions affecting grazing animals.
Emma Fishbourne discusses latest developments in a major cause of disease and economic loss to the UK dairy industry.