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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 challenge …

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BVA reacts to Brexit white paper

John Fishwick welcomes commitment to build on animal welfare standards BVA president John Fishwick has responded to the government’s Brexit white paper on the future …

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Welsh AMs sign open letter outlining Brexit concerns

Letter calls for urgent action to avoid vet shortfall More than 20 Welsh Assembly Members (AMs) have signed an open letter to environment secretary Michael …

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Gove explores ban on live animal exports for slaughter

Call for evidence to look at options for improving welfare  The live export of animals for slaughter could be banned after Brexit, the government said …

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Brexit ‘most defining political event’ for protection of livestock

Leaving the EU will be one of the “most defining political events” for the protection of UK animals, including livestock, according to a new report. …

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Slaughterhouse CCTV law laid before parliament

Legislation to come into force in May 2018 New legislation making CCTV cameras mandatory in slaughterhouses has been laid before parliament today. Under the proposals, …

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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 …

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Brexit and the UK
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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 …

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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 …

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