Volume 8 Issue 3

Feed Additive Registrations – the Post-Transparency and BREXIT Era

In 2021, the European animal nutrition and health market are facing two important regulatory changes that impact how feed additives are registered. The first challeng...
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BVA reacts to Brexit white paper

The paper specifies that being outside of the common agricultural policy will allow the UK to implement higher animal w...
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Welsh AMs sign open letter outlining Brexit concerns

One in five vets in Wales is a non-UK EU national. Letter calls for urgent action to avoid vet shortfall More...
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Gove explores ban on live animal exports for slaughter

Defra says all options for improving welfare are being considered, including a potential ban on export for slaughter.[/...
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Brexit ‘most defining political event’ for protection of livestock

Shortage of EU vets and exit from European Medicines Agency risks pet welfare post-Brexit, the report states...
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Slaughterhouse CCTV law laid before parliament

“We commend the Government’s commitment to provide Official Veterinarians with unrestricted access to t...
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Gove outlines plans for farming post-Brexit

Defra secretary Michael Gove has shed light on future plans for the farming industry post-Brexit, in a speech at the Oxford Farming Conference. Mr Gove said he wants ...
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Brexit and the UK Pet Food Industry
Volume 4 Issue 4

Brexit and the UK Pet Food Industry

The pet food industry holds a unique place within the food and feed sector. Whilst we are governed by the same high safety rules covering the feed industry, at the sa...
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FVE appeals to protect vets’ working rights in Brexit talks

The organisation representing vets across Europe has issued a plea to the Government to secure the working rights of EU and UK vets during Brexit negotiations. The Fe...
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