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  1. Meet the speakers – Q&A with Jimmy Turnbull

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  2. Meet the speakers – Q&A with Dan Brockman

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  3. Meet the speakers – Q&A with Mike Appleby

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  4. Despite extensive knowledge, cattle vets are still failing lame cows

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  5. Cattle vets are still failing lame cows – Post debate Q&A with speakers

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  6. The elephant in the consult room: we are failing obese pets

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  7. Meet our student researchers – Sophie, Royal Veterinary College

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  8. BCVA Congress 2019

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  9. BVNA Fringe 2019

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]
  10. Meet our student researchers – Charlotte, University of Liverpool

    It is often said that the UK has the highest standards in farm animal welfare, and that they must be held as sacrosanct post-Brexit. But with significant investment occurring in livestock agriculture in many other parts of the world, accelerating the rate of adoption of new technology and improved husbandry practices, can we still claim […]