Animal Health

Managing and controlling disease and ensuring animal health and welfare is the most effective way to maintain or increase productivity from livestock. 

This page aims to group together Animal Health activity undertaken through the Farming Connect programme.


In this section:


| Case Studies
Farming Connect Animal Health and Welfare Workshops help family farm shape a business ‘fit for the future’
29 April 2024 An eagerness to learn new skills and knowledge is helping mother and son Dianna…
| News
Transition milk trial targets calf health at Pembrokeshire dairy farm
25 April 2024   A Pembrokeshire spring-calving dairy farm is introducing a new feeding system…
| Podcasts
Episode 100- Staff management, Episode 4: People, purpose, processes and potential’ are key ingredients to running a successful team
In this last episode of our staff management series, Rhian Price is joined by Hannah Batty from LLM…
| Technical Articles
Starlings on Farm: Strategies to Protect and Control
Dr Natalie Meades: IBERS, Aberystwyth University.  December 2023  Image by Woods, et al. …
| Technical Articles
Calf Housing and Bovine Respiratory Disease
Dr Natalie Meades: IBERS, KEHub, Aberystwyth University.  January 2024 Bovine…
| News
Farming Connect training courses can help fulfil personal development and strengthen farm practices
21 March 2024   Julie Davies, an active partner in the family business at Upper Court Farms,…

Events

28 May 2024
Sheep Parasite Control 1 – Roundworm & Blowfly Workshop
Usk
Workshop attendees will learn about the lifecycle and...
28 May 2024
Sheep Lameness Workshop
Newtown
Lameness in sheep causes financial losses estimated...
4 Jun 2024
Sheep Lameness Workshop
Llanidloes
Lameness in sheep causes financial losses estimated...
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