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BVA restates support for second year of badger cull pilots but renews call for independent analysis

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has restated its support for the second year of pilot culls in England as the culls get underway this week. At the same time, BVA renewed its call on the Secretary of State, Elizabeth Truss, to put in place independent analysis of the second year to give confidence to the wider public.


Hounds for Heroes founder to address British vets

Allen Parton, the Gulf War veteran who founded Hounds for Heroes, is the guest speaker for the British Veterinary Association’s (BVA) annual Members’ Day, which will be held in Manchester on 25 September


Work with your vet to prevent common problems, urges BVA

The BVA is encouraging farmers to work proactively with their vet to avoid common health concerns such as musculoskeletal conditions, infertility and mastitis.


BVA welcomes launch of Badger Edge Vaccination Scheme

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) welcomes the launch of the Badger Edge Vaccination Scheme (BEVS) announced as part of the overall strategy to eradicate bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in England.


Developing the next generation of veterinary leaders

As part of our commitment to develop opportunities for vets and secure a healthy future for the veterinary industry, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has joined veterinary schools to sponsor a Veterinary Team Leadership and Professionalism (VTLP) course to help cultivate future veterinary leaders.


RVC student wins BVA prize for travel grant report

RVC student Alexis Pridmore has been awarded a £50 prize for the best report on a project part-funded by the BVA Overseas Travel Grants scheme.

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