Welsh Government

Workshop attendees will learn about the clinical signs, transmission, diagnosis and monitoring of BVD. The main focus will be on the significance of Persistently Infected (PI) animals in disease transmission, and the biosecurity and biocontainment measures that can be taken to minimise the risk of BVD entering a naïve herd, and reduce the spread of disease already on farm.

Prevention of the introduction and spread of BVD will result in increased herd health, productivity and profitability.

The following Vet Practices are available to deliver this workshop:

Name: Prostock Vets
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Area covered: South West Wales 

Name: Dolgellau Vets
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Area covered: North Wales 

Name: Farm First Vets
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Area covered: South East Wales 

 

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