UK: government introduced Animal Health and Welfare Review

In the United Kingdom the government has introduced the Animal Health and Welfare Review which will help fund improvements to the health and welfare of dairy cattle through annual vet visits and grants to improve livestock conditions. Dairy farmers can now receive funding for a vet visit to carry out an annual health and welfare review. Vets will carry out diagnostic testing, review biosecurity and responsible use of medicines, and give advice on their animals‘ health and welfare. The Animal Health and Welfare Pathway will also include a disease eradication and control program offering farmers financial support to prevent and reduce endemic diseases affecting livestock, such as veterinary advice, vaccination or improvements to on-farm management.

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