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FSA slaughter survey shows nearly a quarter of non-stun sheep meat is exported

The British Veterinary Association has responded today (14 February) to the Food Standards Agency (FSA) 2018 slaughterhouse survey, which has finally been released following pressure from BVA and others to make the data public.


BVA welcomes plans for free certification training for vets

BVA has warmly welcomed plans to offer free certification training for vets to help meet increased demand for this service in the event of a no deal Brexit.


New president elected for BVA Northern Ireland Branch and the North of Ireland Veterinary Association

The BVA Northern Ireland Branch and the North of Ireland Veterinary Association have jointly elected Aurelie Moralis as their new President


Veterinary community must work together in challenging times ahead, says BVA

BVA President Simon Doherty tonight (Tuesday 5 February) championed the vital and varied work of vets across England, and called for the workforce to pull together to navigate the difficult and unpredictable landscape ahead.


Welfare of farmed animals and captive exotic species on AWF Discussion Forum agenda

The annual AWF Discussion Forum will return this year with an exciting new debate format and expert speakers who will discuss the welfare of UK’s farmed animals and exotic species in captivity


Victory for BVA campaign on revalidation

BVA has warmly welcomed plans for substantial reforms to the training and revalidation system for Official Veterinarians (OVs), after spearheading a campaign to make the process more user-friendly and relevant for the profession across Great Britain.

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