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