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Winter brings with it a wealth of hazards and health issues in cattle and sheep which can all negatively impact on livestock performance and profitability. As cattle move indoors and sheep go to the tup, now is the time to ensure that your herd and flock are in good health to survive the season ahead.
Join us on Monday 26th October from 8pm as we look at winter livestock health with Megan Fergusson, SRUC Veterinary Investigation Officer.
Megan will give an overview of the common problems seen in cattle at housing, causes of ill-thrift in lambs at this time of year and the value of using cull ewes for iceberg disease screening.
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