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Using Technology to Help Monitor and Reduce Digital Dermatitis

Digital dermatitis is an important animal health concern and one of the most infectious diseases of cattle, caused by a mixture of different bacteria. Tommy …

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Update on EFSA FEEDAP Guidance Documents – What are the Potential Benefits?

EFSA held a meeting to present and collect feedback from stakeholders on the proposed changes to the FEEDAP technical guidance documents, which are intended to …

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One Health Collaboration: The Economic Rationale

In terms of market capitalisation, the animal health market is valued at a mere 0.3 per cent of the human healthcare market. Investment and advances …

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Microbiomes Set to Dominate Agri-science for the Foreseeable

In his editorial Phil Christopher, BSc Agric, knowledge transfer assistant at Envirosystems UK Ltd, developer of innovative biological conditioning applications for livestock farming leads us …

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IT and Logistic Solutions for Animal Vaccine Distribution

Animal vaccines are essential, not just because they can effectively prevent potentially serious diseases in animals, but also they can be beneficial to humans’ health. …

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Improving Treatment Adherence in Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrine disorder that is diagnosed in around three to five per 1000 dogs and cats. The diabetes management involves veterinary …

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How Temperature-controlled Packaging Innovation is Helping the Animal Health Sector Ensure Vital Vaccine Compliance

This article, co-authored by vet Dr Richard Sanderson BVSc cert AVP (SAP) MRCVS and Neil Sherman, Technical Services Manager at Intelsius, gives us an insight …

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Ectoparasite Control: The Case for Plunge Dipping

It is extremely important to identify parasites accurately in order to use the correct treatment on the animals. Dr Peter Bates Ph.D., M.R.S.B., C.Biol., F.R.E.S. …

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A Medical Detection Role for Dogs

Dr Nicola Rooney (BSc PGCE PhD), Research Fellow and Lecturer in the Animal Welfare and Behaviour Group at the University of Bristol, has headed a …

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Are We Getting the Best Out of Our Sows? The Use of Phytogenics in Sow Diets to Enhance Performance

As we edge ever-closer to the challenging prospect of supplying food to an estimated 9 billion people by 2050, armed with fewer resources and in …

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