Many of the problems faced when it comes to sending food and agri products to Northern Ireland from Great Britain could be removed with a
A veterinary nurse who supported an animal liberation movement was sacked after a police raid found she was keeping a rescued turkey in her flat.
Vets and farmers have been put on high alert after African Swine Fever was detected in a small herd of pigs near Baden-Wuerttemberg, near Germany’s
Vets have been urged to encourage farmers to test for Enzootic Abortion of ewes (EAE) if they have experienced an abortion rate of over 2%
The British Veterinary Association has hit out at the government’s decision to scrap new import checks on animals and animal products coming into the UK,
DAERA has apologised to a senior vet who won a constructive dismissal case having blown the whistle over breaches of animal welfare at livestock markets
Chief Vet Robert Huey has told flock keepers that DAERA is carrying out a veterinary investigation in a bid to control and stamp out a
The failure to better identify manage and treat bovine respiratory disease (BRD) could be costing farmers millions of pounds, Ceva Animal Health has found. With