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  • Ask the vet

    Good morning, does anyone have any questions they'd like me to put to our expert panel of vets? Why not seek some free advice on disease control, vaccination programs, or keeping animals healthy during an extended housing period?
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by gemclaxton on Thu, Feb 20 2014
  • Bovine TB

    I would really appretiate it if any welsh cattle farmers could take aquick look at my survey http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2BCZCLY Thanks
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by Beachbum on Mon, Mar 26 2012
  • Bovine TB

    Cattle Farmers (meat or dairy) in Wales As part of my research, approximately what percentage of your herd have you lost through TB since about the beginning of 2011. And what is your opinion od the new badger culling scheme set fourth by the welsh assembly? Thankyou
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by Beachbum on Mon, Mar 26 2012
  • Dairy calf respiratory disease

    Respiratory disease is the second leading cause of mortality in dairy calves 0-6 months of age behind diarrhea and may account for at least half of all morbidity and mortality in young calves. The highest incidence of respiratory disease in young dairy calves usually occurs from birth to around 6 months...
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by danneels on Thu, Jan 28 2010
  • LIVESTOCK farmers needed for my dissertation research

    http://www.survsoft.com/esurv.php?s=27170&k=12181-0-37306 Hello and Merry Christmas Everyone, I hope you have a brilliant Christmas celebration and a fantastic new year :) I need more livestock farmers for my online questionnaire (see link on the top of this page) in order to pass my dissertation...
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by animal welfare research on Sat, Dec 26 2009
  • Re: MRSA - much ado about nothing?

    It would be a grave mistake to dismiss consumer and FSA / public health authority concerns about MRSA as being the result of a conspiracy by ???not sure who you are suggesting here - Universities??? Public & NHS concern about MRSA has been fuelled by the meteoric rise in MRSA-associated deaths from...
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by HolisticHealth on Thu, Nov 13 2008
  • Re: MRSA risk to Farm Workers & Vets - too 'sterilised'?

    It's an interesting point! Like everyone in farming, MRSA have to survive in a competitive environment. The reason they have evolved and are on the ascendent is due to their competitors being clobbered by antibiotics, leaving them most of the "environmental spoils" of nutrients and moisture...
    Posted to Livestock Lines (Forum) by HolisticHealth on Thu, Nov 13 2008
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