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A view from behind the scenes of vaccine production

A view from behind the scenes of vaccine production Sponsored Article

The Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassadors visited MSD Animal Health’s vaccine manufacturing facility, Milton Keynes, to gain a greater understanding of what it takes to bring products to market.

Farmer networks can bring numerous benefits

Farmer networks can bring numerous benefits Sponsored Article

In this Disease? Not On My Farm! feature, we look at how being part of a farmer network or group can have a positive effect on your business.

Improve cow health with selective dry cow therapy

Improve cow health with selective dry cow therapy Sponsored Article

While selective dry cow therapy is often advocated as a means of reducing antibiotic usage, there are other significant benefits, as veterinary surgeon Andy Biggs explains.

Monitoring fridge temperature is essential

Monitoring fridge temperature is essential Sponsored Article

In this Disease? Not On My Farm! feature, we look at how failing to maintain the correct fridge temperature when storing vaccines could compromise herd health and profitability.

Manage risk to improve biosecurity

Manage risk to improve biosecurity Sponsored Article

Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador William Westacott buys-in heifers from a part of Germany where there is no BVD or IBR.

Preventive approach on organic dairy farm

Preventive approach on organic dairy farm Sponsored Article

Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador James Robinson believes taking a preventive approach combined with careful management is key to herd health.

Maximising a herd health plan positively and effectively

Maximising a herd health plan positively and effectively Sponsored Article

Turning herd health planning from a tick box exercise into an active and responsive plan.

Disease? Not On My Farm! - Prevention rather than cure

Disease? Not On My Farm! - Prevention rather than cure Sponsored Article

Farmers generally have a positive attitude to disease risk and prevention but there are still some misconceptions and confusion.
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