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11-10-19
Talking Sheep Harrogate 14 Nov 2019

We are delighted to announce our Talking Sheep meetings are back for 2019, organised by members of the Sheep Veterinary Society and very...

02-10-19
NSA reports on SVS Dorset meeting

Sheep Veterinary Society Conference sees pack agenda: On Monday NSA Chief Executive Phil Stocker attended the first day of the SVS conference in Dorset...

13-09-19
SVS New President

Nick Hart was elected as the new President of the Sheep Veterinary Society at their autumn conference held in Dorset at the beginning of September. He takes over from Yoav...

02-09-19
SCOPS Nematodirus Forecast a vital tool for sheep farmers and advisors

Despite the threat from nematodirus being lower in spring 2019 than the two previous years, the SCOPS Nematodirus Forecast has once again proven itself to be a vital tool...

30-07-19
Call to Sheep sector to demonstrate responsible use of antibiotics

Farmers, vets and advisors across the UK sheep sector are being asked to help a new industry-led stewardship group demonstrate how they are using antibiotics responsibly...

18-07-19
SCOPS highlights necessary tough line on jetters and showers to protect future of sheep scab control

The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) group is highlighting recent guidance issued by the Animal Medicines Training Regulatory Authority (AMTRA) and...

17-06-19
Continued vigilance and joint working are our best defence against Bluetongue

Last year we were unfortunate to see three consignments of livestock imported into the UK which were found to be positive for Bluetongue virus (BTV-8) and it was only...

24-05-19
Talking Sheep Okehampton 11 June

We are delighted to announce our Talking Sheep meetings are back for 2019, organised by members of the Sheep Veterinary Society and very...

15-05-19
Call for inspirational young vets to enter new award

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has teamed up with Zoetis to launch a new UK wide award celebrating inspirational young vets who are making a difference through...

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