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From the monthly archives: July 2013

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'July 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Lameness continues to be a problem for nation’s horses

Results from the Blue Cross National Equine Health Survey (NEHS), have revealed lameness as the most common syndrome affecting the UK's horses and ponies

Written statement from the welsh government on the Consultation of Fly grazing and abandonment of horse and ponies

The consultation has convinced ministers that continuing and urgent action is required to deal with the problem

Call for submissions to put research into practice as AWF invites proposals for sheep, cattle and horse research

The AWF have opened the research grant process for it's Norman Hayward Fund and ask potential applicants to think about putting research into practice when submitting proposals

National Equine Health Survey Results

A full report from this year's survey is now available

New Research: Alfalfa dodder (Cuscuta campestris) toxicity in horses: clinical, haematological and serum biochemical findings

Results from the observational study conducted by S M Abutarbush were published 'Ahead of Print' in the July Issue of Veterinary Record

Confirmed Outbreak of Equine Influenza (EI) in Shropshire

The AHT have diagnosed a positive case of EI in Shropshire, this case follows positive diagnoses recently made in Northumberland, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire

HBLB funded research in the press

The latest issue of Horse and Hound highlights the importance of the Levy Board's work and it's rich history of advancing veterinary medicine to the benefit of all horses

New study shows horse owners need to understand resistance to dewormers as a serious health threat

Horse owners are largely unaware of the threat of resistance to dewormers and the importance of appropriate 'targeted' dosing concludes a recent questionnaire-based study published in EVJ

New CEO appointed for Animal Health Trust

Dr Mark Vaudin will take the reins from Dr Peter Webbon at the end of September this year

New RCVS President invested at AGM

The RCVS saw the investiture of the new President, Col Neil Smith, at the recent RCVS Day held at the Royal College of Physicians, London
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