Sheep Sheep - A to Z of Diseases

Chris F

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NADIS has developed a comprehensive animal health resource for farmers and vets. Click on the health issues (bulletin) affecting your sheep and find out more. When you have finished , why not try the clinical quiz at the end of the bulletin and receive a Sheep Health Certificate from NADIS. The old saying "prevention is better than a cure" has never been more relevant. Disease prevention is most effective as part of an active veterinary health plan.

Many veterinary practices are using the material to carry out sheep health training programmes for their farmers , so contact your vet for more information. Bulletins and quizzes can be printed off for farmer meetings. NADIS is working with City and Guilds and this training material can lead to City and Guilds animal health qualifications if you wish.

This programme is funded by the livestock industry, including AHDB, QMS and Merial Animal Health



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Guide your way through spring agronomy decisions

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The incessant and extreme wet conditions are now presenting huge challenges for every farm’s spring agronomy and cropping decisions.

Plans are being urgently reevaluated and rejigged to set priorities for treatment, with a watchful eye on deadlines for timely spring crop establishment when a window allows. And all against a backdrop of potential damage to soil structure to fields from traveling in waterlogged conditions.

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Lessons learned from last year have proved invaluable, with the latest Syngenta Spring Guide giving an insight into some of the tips and ideas to help with this season’s decisions...
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