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  1. Meet our student researchers – Charlotte, University of Liverpool

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  2. Meet the speakers – exotics in captivity

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  3. Meet the speakers – is UK farming welfare good enough?

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  4. Speaker Q&A – exotics vet Tariq Abou-Zahr

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  5. Exotic animals in captivity – speaker Q&A

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  6. Why I used The Puppy Contract

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  7. Clinical excellence or over-treatment? Q&A with Discussion Forum speaker Polly Taylor

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  8. A thumbs-up to The Puppy Contract from both breeders and buyers

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  9. Welfare of UK’s farmed animals and captive exotic species to lead agenda at this year’s AWF Discussion Forum

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]
  10. Donation from the Goat Veterinary Society

    The impact of liver fluke infection on the welfare of horses is an AWF funded project currently underway at the University of Liverpool, led by Professor Diana Williams. Liver fluke is a common parasite of sheep and cattle in the UK, but although preliminary evidence suggests that it occurs regularly in horses, there is a lack of advice […]