BVA media officer, Charlotte Raynsford, says that there has never been a better time to promote UK Farm Assured produce to those who eat meat, fish and dairy, and to let friends, and family know about some of the benefits of doing so.
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Lindsey MacDonald, Red Tractor Brand Manager, takes to the BVA blog to talk about Red Tractor’s new ‘Love Chicken, Love Red Tractor’ campaign, and what Red Tractor’s three logos mean for poultry welfare.
25 Nov 2020 | Poultry
The British Veterinary Poultry Association (BVPA) and Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) explain the latest on Avian Influenza in Great Britain and why it’s paramount that vets encourage poultry keepers to follow mandatory biosecurity measures.
Transporting livestock from Scotland’s remote and rural areas – A snapshot from the Highlands and Islands
Freda Scott-Park, our past President and current co-ordinator for the Highlands and Islands Veterinary Services Scheme (HIVSS), explores the complexities of transporting animals from remote and rural areas in Scotland.
Considering the wider determinants of welfare – a comprehensive approach to the welfare of livestock during transport
With growing media interest and political appetite to make improvements to animal transportation, BVA Senior Vice President, John Fishwick, unpacks why it is important to holistically consider the impact of all aspects of transport on animal welfare.
BVA Policy Officer, Hayley Atkin, explains why we are encouraging vets and advertisers to think holistically about how images of pets may be perceived, and what vets can to do promote the responsible use of pets in advertising.
19 Nov 2018 | Kristen K. Reyher, Henry Buller, Ray Chan and Alison Bard | Poultry
Will a better understanding of veterinary diagnostic practices, and of the possible role of rapid and innovative diagnostic technology help in the drive to reduce the overall use of antimicrobials in livestock farming, and thus help decrease antimicrobial resistance amongst both animal and human pathogens?
For as long as humans have used animals - for transport, food, sport, companionship and more - we have recognised the benefits of breeding from the best suited naturally occurring individuals. Sean Wensley discusses how far is too far.
Ahead of the London Vet Show session 'The evolution of slaughter - how science, politics and society shape the way we kill animals', John explores historical context to understand debates around religious slaughter.
Farm practice has undergone a quiet revolution in the last 2-5 years. Here, Pete Orpin explains what the big challenges are, and what opportunities they represent.
To drive positive outcomes for all aspects of animal welfare, Laura Higham, outlines why she believes that vets and consumers should support the assurance schemes that facilitate behavioural opportunity for all species, and help to provide a good life for animals.
This year we received over 500 entries showcasing the life of our members, including their professional successes, and bond with patients. Here we announce the winners of the BVA Veterinary Photographer of the Year competition.
As part of BVA’s #ChooseAssured campaign, BVA is highlighting the importance of farm assurance schemes providing lifetime assurance for animals from farm to fork. When we launched the scheme in July there were questions from members and media about what we meant by lifetime assurance.
As part of BVA’s #ChooseAssured campaign, we’ve asked the farm assurance schemes featured on our UK Farm Assurance Schemes infographic to tell us about the key features of their scheme. Here, Gillian Davis gives us a rundown of what the Northern Ireland Beef and Lamb Farm Quality Assurance Scheme means for consumers.
We’re urging all vets who come into contact with poultry to be vigilant following a number of cases of Newcastle Disease. Phillip Hammond, BVPA President, highlights the symptoms of Newcastle disease and shares his advice for clients.
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