UK Disease Profile compiled from NADIS data

November 2011
Livestock (Electronic);Nov2011, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p4
Academic Journal
NADIS is currently providing animal health knowledge transfer to farmers delivered by local veterinary practices in seven of the eight RDA regions in England. KT programmes are also running in Scotland and Wales Using detailed Met Office data, NADIS produces a monthly Parasite Forecast highlighting parasite challenge in the different regions of the UK, along with regional reports from practicing veterinary surgeons. NADIS aim is to promote animal health and welfare through better disease control and prevention delivered by veterinary health planning. NADIS would like to acknowledge its sponsors for making this service to the livestock industry possible, BPEX, EBLEX, HCC, QMS and Merial Animal Health.


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