RCVS Knowledge, funded by the VMD, has embarked on a major collaborative project to unite and empower UK farm animal veterinary practitioners as they establish good antimicrobial stewardship in practices and on farms.
This report includes information on antimicrobial use and resistance in humans, animals and the environment in Scotland in 2020
This report summarises the first year’s progress against the second set of antibiotic use targets which span 2021-2024.
The new mobile phone app for beef suckler farmers is ready and available to use. Funded by the Scottish Government as part of its Public Good and Veterinary and Advisory Services.
AIC Services have released their latest Continual Professional Development (CPD) training for Feed Adviser Register (FAR) registered advisers.
"In the UK antibiotic use has halved since 2014 and over same period use of HP-CIAs for human health has reduced by 75%" - UK Chief Veterinary Officers
New targets for the key farm livestock sector in the UK.
How can good antimicrobial stewardship prevent antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in veterinary practices?
Review of raw diets for canine and feline patients, focusing on microbiological hazards.
Fifteen recommendations on the responsible use of antimicrobials in food-producing animals.
As you take to the outdoors, you might find the guidance on avoiding bugs and germs outdoors useful.
NOAH launched the new Animal Medicines Best Practice (AMBP) Programme with farmer training to support the responsible use of antibiotics across UK farms.
Bringing new animals, or returning your own animals from elsewhere (including shows), poses the greatest risk of bringing disease into your herd/flock.
The Scottish Government funded Centre of Expertise on Animal Disease Outbreaks (EPIC) (www.epicscotland.org) has contributed to the concept and development of Scotland’s Healthy Animals. EPIC is a valuable ongoing contributor of advice and content.