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From the monthly archives: February 2014

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'February 2014'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Horsemeat: Tesco's pledges, one year on

A year after the horsemeat scandal, a major investigation by Farmers Weekly reveals that the scale and speed of change within Tesco has been disappointingly slow.

Equine Grass Sickness (EGS) confirmed on Guernsey

States Vet, David Chamberlain and the Animal Health Trust have confirmed a privately-owned horse died from the disease

Three vets leave in Godolphin reshuffle

Three vets have resigned from Godolphin as part of a reshuffle that sees racing manager Simon Crisford leaving his role to become Sheikh Mohammed's global racing adviser

Introducing eBEVA

The new site ebeva.org is the official online home of BEVA education, designed to help busy practitioners gain all their equine CPD in their own time and at their own pace, what's more, it's FREE for BEVA members!

Groups Collaborate on Sport Horse Movement in Asia, Oceania

Government veterinary and animal health experts from 20 nations across Asia and Oceania recently attended a workshop in Hong Kong organised by the OIE, focusing on the international movement of sport horses

New study helps identify post-anaesthetic colic risk

A new US colic study, published in EVJ, in partnership with the American Association of Equine Practitioners, has identified various risk factors associated with post-anaesthetic colic

Vets with Horsepower back in the saddle for 2014

The Horsepower team are gearing up for yet another epic journey! 12 Bikers covering over 2700 miles, 12 Countries and 80 hours of CPD, all in just 16 days!

Pat Hughes becomes second Irish trainer to be charged over steroids

Pat Hughes, appeared in Court on Feb 13 on eight charges of possession of banned animal remedies, including the anabolic steroid Stanozol

Government to Reclassify Ketamine

Government to Reclassify Ketamine

The BVA invites nominations for its prestigious awards

Nominations are now open for this year's BVA awards
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