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31 Jul 2015 - CellCheck Newsletter - August edition available

The August edition of the CellCheck Newsletter is now available.  Our guest contributor this month is John Upton and he is a Research Officer in the Animal and Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Teagasc, Moorepark.  John outlines and details the experimentation on the interaction ... more >

29 Jul 2015 - AHI Stakeholders' Newsletter - Summer Edition has been published

The summer edition of the AHI newsletter, contains the latest news from our four Programme Managers on the national BVD eradication programme, the CellCheck programme, the Johne’s disease pilot and Beef HealthCheck, as well as updates on IBR, Parasite Control, Biosecurity and the CalfCare p ... more >

20 Jul 2015 - AHI July Bulletin on Redwater

Redwater is a life-threatening disease of cattle caused by a parasite called Babesia divergens. The parasite is transmitted by ticks. High risk periods for Redwater are late spring/early summer and autumn. Click here ... more >

08 Jul 2015 - July edition of CellCheck Newsletter is now available

The July edition of the CellCheck Newsletter is now available.  Our guest contributor this month is Kevin Downing of ICBF.  In his article, Kevin makes the case for milk recording, arguing that, without measurement, you don’t know if you’re getting better or worse and withou ... more >

06 Jul 2015 - Animal Health Ireland announced as new Skillnet

Animal Health Ireland announced as new Skillnet Joe O’Flaherty, CEO, Animal Health Ireland, Mike Magan, AHI Skillnet Chairman and Karol Harvey, AHI Skillnet Manager attending launch of AHI as a new Skillnet network.   Representatives of the AHI Skillnet Steering Gro ... more >

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