The University of Liverpool are conducting a study into the prevalence of parasitic diseases in grazing cattle acro… https://t.co/dWUD590A3o
The search begins to find Scotland’s Dairy Farm of the Year, with applications now open for the prestigious AgriSco… https://t.co/GcUraj84NF
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Scottish Government have just launched the public consultation on the next phase of Scotland’s BVD eradication scheme. The consultation will be available for response until 6th November, see here: https://consult.scotland.gov.uk/animal-health-and-welfare/the-bovine-viral-diarrhoea-scotland-order-2018
Views from the dairy industry are welcomed and at least one of the proposals could have a significant impact on some dairy herds (proposal 2, question 5). It’s important that any legislation made to support Phase 5 of the legislation is robust, enforceable and proportionate. Dairy farmer input and views will help the Scottish Government to achieve that so make your views heard.