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The Dairy Research Partnership online conference will share the outcomes of research projects undertaken as part of our Dairy Research Partnership Initiative, led by the University of Nottingham.
Booking will open later in the year.
11:00 – 11:05: Chair’s introduction. Dr Mandy Nevel, Head of Animal Health and Welfare, AHDB
11:05 – 11:25: Relationship between cow status, transition management and Johne’s Disease risk: results of a lifelong cohort study. Matteo Crotta and Steven Van Winden, Royal Veterinary College
11:25 – 11:45: Effect of tuberculin skin testing on Johne’s Disease test results: evidence of distinct effects in cows with and without Johne’s disease. Erica Nunney and Javier Guitan, Royal Veterinary College
11:45 – 12:00: Mastitis Pattern Analysis Tool. Professor Martin Green, University of Nottingham
12:00 – 12:10: An update on bovine ischaemic teat necrosis. Hayley Crosby-Durrani, PhD Researcher, University of Liverpool
12:10 – 12:25: Question and Answer session
12:25 – 12:30: Summary by Chair. Dr Mandy Nevel, Head of Animal Health and Welfare at AHDB
Our five-year Dairy Research Partnership initiative began in June 2016. It was funded by AHDB Dairy (£1,700,000) with financial contributions from the academic partners - University of Nottingham, Harper Adams University, Royal Veterinary College and SRUC - bringing the total to £2,100,000.
The partnership, led by University of Nottingham, addresses three of our strategic priorities:
Learn about the seven work packages in the Dairy Research Partnership Programme by visiting our webpage.