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02-12-19
SVS grant applications now open

SVS research grant upto £4000 and the closing date is 31st March 2020

19-11-19
Testing for liver fluke helps sheep and cattle farmers deal with rising tide of infections

The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) and Control of Cattle Parasites Sustainably (COWS) groups are continuing to monitor the situation with regard to...

06-11-19
Talking Sheep Raglan 20th Nov 19

We are delighted to announce our Talking Sheep meetings are back for 2019, organised by members...

24-10-19
Talking Sheep Howden 19th Nov 19

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

16-10-19
Sheep and cattle farmers urged to start testing for liver fluke this autumn

The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) and Control of Cattle Parasites Sustainably (COWS) groups are urging sheep and cattle farmers to monitor for liver...

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...

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