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12 Feb 2016 - AHI Bulletin is now available

The topic under discussion this month is – Funded Investigations for Herds with PI calves born in 2016.  Animal Health Ireland is co-ordinating the delivery of BVD herd investigations funded under the Rural Development Plan as part of a Targeted Advisory Service on Animal Health (TASAH ... more >

08 Feb 2016 - CellCheck Newsletter - February edition available

Our Guest Contributor this month is Luke O’Grady from UCD School of Veterinary Medicine and in his article he reviews data from the national milk recording statistics from 2004 to 2015.  Our timely Tip of the Month looks at subclinical mastitis infection, where there are no visbile sig ... more >

05 Feb 2016 - AHI seeks Programme Manager for Johne's Disease Control Programme

AHI is seeking a suitable candidate for the position of Programme Manager for the AHI Johne’s Disease Control Programme. Deadline for applications is Friday 19th February.  Full details are available by clicking here. ... more >

04 Feb 2016 - Additional dates for TASAH BVD training are now available

Due to increased demand, AHI have added two additional training dates under the Targeted Advisory Service on Animal Health (TASAH).  The training venues for the TASAH veterinary training are in Cork and Athlone.  Booking is essential.  For more information and booking  Click h ... more >

03 Feb 2016 - AHI issues a new Johne' Disease Programme Bulletin

Welcome to the first edition of a series of bulletins which will be issued by Animal Health Ireland on the topic of Johne’s disease. These bulletins, which will be issued on a regular basis throughout the year, will provide up-to-date, practical information on various aspects of Johne&rsquo ... more >

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