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Flock Health Club - Reducing lamb losses

Flock Health Club - Reducing lamb losses

Flock Health Club - Reducing lamb losses

Dr Fiona Lovatt
Dr Fiona Lovatt

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This Flock Health Club resource describes a suitable meeting for veterinarians to hold with farmers around lambing time to examine lamb losses.

This Meeting Briefing, is an audio-enhanced presentation, designed to equip a vet in practice to run their own Flock Health Club meeting with sheep farmers. To purchase the corresponding Meeting Resource Pack (containing the Powerpoint Show, a Meeting Preparation Guide and other documents referred to in the Briefing) please e-mail Flock Health Ltd on [email protected]


Flock Health Club meeting resource
Ideas for engaging farmers at a meeting around lambing time with a focus on reducing lamb losses
Lambing performance figures
Suggestions for what to measure and how to measure success at lambing time
Simple Neonatal Lamb post mortems
Detailed description of how to suggest farmers undertake simple lamb post mortems to identify cause of losses
Dr Fiona Lovatt

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Dr Fiona Lovatt

Fiona Lovatt is a recent past-president of the Sheep Veterinary Society and a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Recognised Specialist in Sheep Health and Production. She works with farmers, veterinary surgeons, students, processors, retailers and pharmaceutical companies through all sectors of the sheep industry both in the UK and internationally. She runs a sheep veterinary consultancy business, Flock Health Ltd, is a clinical associate professor in sheep production medicine at the University of Nottingham.

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Emily Gascoigne of Synergy Farm Health has contributed photos and ideas to this resource

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