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From the monthly archives: July 2014

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

European Countries Still Labelling Horse Meat As Beef

Seven Countries Guilty - Germany, Spain, Bulgaria, Latvia, Hungary, Portugal and Slovenia

RCVS publishes new guidance on 24/7 emergency cover

New Chapters Can Be Viewed Online

HM The Queen's Horse Tests Positive For Morphine

Feed Contamination Affects Post Race Samples

New Hendra Case in Gladstone QLD

Deceased Horse Tests Positive For Virus

Control of Horses Bill Welcomed

Parliament To Debate Illegal Fly Grazing Of Horses

BHA Report on Positive Samples of Morphine

Due to the Cluster Of Positive Samples A Link is Being Investigated

Why the horse comes first at Hamilton Park racecourse

Race day to include live painted horse demo to show anatomy of the racehorse

BEVA Congress isn’t just for vets

BEVA Congress isn’t just for veterinary professionals – it’s for farriers, animal physiotherapists and other non-vets working in equine healthcare too. This year, the event, on 10 - 13 September 2014 in Birmingham, will have a day devoted to the foot and farriery and a day exploring the significance of physiotherapy, all led by international specialists. BEVA Congress is the largest equine veterinary conference in Europe, attracting the cream of the profession both as delegates and as speakers. Five separate scientific programmes run concurrently in five lecture halls over the three days of congress, providing a highly versatile opportunity to gain CPD points. A full day on the foot and farriery will be held on Saturday 13 September, with presentations from international specialists in these fields. Professor Stephen May, Vice Principal of the RVC, will open the day with a presentation on the farrier-vet relationship. Chris Pardoe, researcher in comparative biomedical sciences at the RVC, will look at veterin ...

The Harsh Reality of Becoming a Modern Vet

New Statesman Article Opens Up Debate

Raise £1 for the Veterinary Benevolent Fund!

The Veterinary Benevolent Fund (VBF)
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