Advice for quarantining incoming sheep to prevent lameness – Farmers Weekly

8 Sep 2019

Poor quarantine is one of the weakest links in the livestock sector, allowing disease to enter farms.

Sheep vet consultant Fiona Lovatt from Flock Health says farmers need to start taking quarantine seriously, with the responsibility for preventing the incursion of disease to the flock resting with the buyer.

Here, she talks through some of the key quarantine areas sheep farmers need to consider when it comes to managing lameness.


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