Assess your risk for sheep lameness and IBR

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NADIS has developed a series of bio-security farm risk assessments for the major endemic diseases of cattle and sheep. The risk assessments have been designed to enable farmers and vets to identify the bio-security risk priorities for a farm. A report is produced so the risk priorities are highlighted and can be tackled first, improving the bio-security for the farm. The risk assessments are practical and easily accessible and can be included with a veterinary health plan or farm assurance.

Topical NADIS Biosecurity Risk Assessments

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Sheep Lameness


Most outbreaks of lameness in sheep are caused by either interdigital dermatitis (scald) or footrot.

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IBR

IBR is a highly contagious, infectious viral disease affecting cattle of all ages. Infection occurs by inhalation and requires contact between animals.

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Farm subsidies and helping the environment | Letters

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Farm subsidies and helping the environment | Letters

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Ian Stewart insists farmers do not get payments just for owning land, Bob Roberts points out the importance of incentives and public access, while Iain Climie is concerned about food security

The farming subsidy system needs to be totally redesigned and, yes, there are hideous anomalies (Environment to benefit from ‘biggest farming shake-up in 50 years’, 30 November). Racehorses and golf courses are not my idea of farming. But please stop stating that farmers get...
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