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Where can I find support with preventing disease or infection in livestock?

AHBD’s Knowledge Library service offers lots of resources for farmers on livestock health, treating disease and managing infections. Select the Sector and Topic to narrow down advice.
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AHBD’s Knowledge Library service offers lots of resources for farmers on livestock health, treating disease and managing infections. Select the Sector and Topic to narrow down advice.
AHDB will be updating farmers on their Livestock Information Programme in 2019. Keep an eye on this page for more details as and when they become available.
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AHDB will be updating farmers on their Livestock Information Programme in 2019. Keep an eye on this page for more details as and when they become available.
The Farmer Scientist Network is currently running a research project on Hill Sheep Health in the North - more information available here.
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The Farmer Scientist Network is currently running a research project on Hill Sheep Health in the North - more information available here.
ADAS provides consultancy services to farmers on all aspects of livestock management. Their livestock consultants have expertise across a range of species including pigs, poultry, cattle and sheep (and minor species e.g. deer). For more details contact ian.snowden@adas.co.uk or call Ian on 07774224851.
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ADAS provides consultancy services to farmers on all aspects of livestock management. Their livestock consultants have expertise across a range of species including pigs, poultry, cattle and sheep (and minor species e.g. deer). For more details contact ian.snowden@adas.co.uk or call Ian on 07774224851.
The Biorenewables Development Centre can review and prepare reports on research and policies on selected livestock-related topics. They can also engage with academic and industrial experts on these topics and facilitate further discussion. See here for more details.
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The Biorenewables Development Centre can review and prepare reports on research and policies on selected livestock-related topics. They can also engage with academic and industrial experts on these topics and facilitate further discussion. See here for more details.