Animal Health and Welfare Training Workshops

Do you have a specific animal health disease or issue that is having an impact on not only your stock but your business performance too?


*Please note: due to the Coronavirus we are offering a blended approach to workshop delivery. Workshops will continue to be delivered digitally where possible in conjunction with local vet practices. Face to face animal health and welfare training workshops will resume from 1st September 2020, primarily being workshops that can be held outdoors/in a large agricultural building. We will continue to update you on any developments.*


Eligible farmers registered with Farming Connect can book their place(s) at one or more of the fully funded training workshops, delivered by local vet practices throughout Wales.

The training modules have been developed by The National Animal Disease Information Service (NADIS) and approved by Lantra Awards.

Workshop topics are aligned with the current Welsh Government Animal Health and Welfare priorities and will include the diseases or issues listed below:

  • Animal Health Planning
  • Antimicrobial and anthelmintic resistance
  • Bovine TB
  • BVD
  • Johne’s disease
  • Lameness in dairy cattle
  • Sheep parasite control
  • Reducing mastitis
  • Reducing pre-lambing losses
  • Reducing post-lambing losses 

Each three hour workshop will give you information and practical guidance on specific animal health issues including:

  • Biosecurity and disease transmission
  • Clinical signs and diagnosis
  • Treatment and control
  • Economic implications

All upcoming workshop dates can be found on the Farming Connect what's on page.


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Animal Health and Welfare Training
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BVD Phil Jones - Fferm Lan Farm
BVD Phil Jones - Fferm Lan Farm

Vet practices throughout Wales:

All clients must be registered with Farming Connect before attending a workshop. Completion of each workshop will be recorded on your continual professional development (CPD) profile and you will receive a Lantra certificate of attendance.

To see our Privacy Notice for AH&W workshops, please click here.

To apply for one or more of the workshops, you will need to complete an online expression of interest form found here.

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