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Sure Farm, who run the voluntary Enferplex blood testing scheme for camelids, have issued a warning about testing post Brexit.
Australian agriculture operates in one of the oldest and more fragile landscapes on the Earth.
This is a study on gastrointestinal nematodes (“worms”), published by AgriFutures Australia, written and researched by veterinarian Jane Vaughan, Mohammed Rashid and Abdul Jabbar.
Lulu Oliver writes: “A few years ago I was sitting on our sofa on a quiet Sunday afternoon indulging in one of my favourite pastimes – reading magazines.
Like the best things in life, they happen by chance. Not part of some great plan or even funding. Alex Chepstow-Lusty gives a brief mitey history of alpacas, llamas and dung.
APHA have announced a new testing site for camelids when the tuberculin test is used for ‘priming’ and is not read.
It is hard to resist an article with the winning headline ‘Why did the pheasant cross the road?’ Clearly I couldn’t and as most country dwellers see many pheasants splattered on the road.
A No Deal Brexit will mean that the system for exporting animals into the EU will change. DEFRA have issued the following guidance to transporters.