Understanding the biological and genetic basis of sheep breeding can help us make important management decisions about which breed to use and where it fits into the farm business.
This module highlights some of the measures which farmers can employ to reduce the potential for agricultural pollution.
Diagnosis of eye conditions in cattle is important in order to ensure the correct treatment is given. In this course we cover; Infectious Bovine Keratoconjunctivitis (IBK, “Pink eye”, New Forest Disease”), Bovine Iritis (“silage eye”) and Ocular Squamous Cell Carcinoma...
This module describes how to determine practical targets for the optimum fertility of beef cattle herds.
This course will give an overview of agricultural air pollution issues and will cover ways in which farming can be modified to reduce damaging emissions.
This module will help you to understand, diagnose, eradicate and prevent BVD on your farm.
In this course we will look at signs, diagnosis, treatment and control of common skin conditions caused by ectoparasites of cattle.
This training course covers the following three areas: Identification of invasive non-native species of flora and fauna, identification of injurious species and identification, control and management of Fallopia (Japanese knotweed) species.