Veterinary Record

Veterinary Record

the journal of the British Veterinary Association.
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A report in trade journal Veterinary Record describes how Oxfordshire-based FAI Farms managed to cut substantially the number of lameness treatments administered to their "ock of 1,200 ewes over a four-year period.
But in a letter to the Veterinary Record, 19 vets raised concerns about the claims, saying that very few countries had needed to kill wildlife as part of TB control programmes.
On one occasion, Fisher even supplied a fake veterinary record to prop up a fake claim for a dead Chihuahua dog.
New research published in the Veterinary Record journal has highlighted an emerging threat to the native red squirrel in the form of adenovirus infection.
In an article published in the journal Veterinary Record, he said: "Non-stun slaughter .
In an article published in the journal Veterinary Record last night, he said: "Non-stun slaughter .
Reporting their findings in The Veterinary Record, the researchers noted: "This data highlights the opportunity for transmission of multi-drug resistant bacteria between healthcare workers and their pets.
They've grown up with images of glistening tumours and severe gill necrosis, zoonotic diseases and sheep with scary reddened eyeballs glaring out at them from the cover of the Veterinary Record.
The findings have been published online on Monday 17 January 2011 in the journal Veterinary Record.
Writing in The Veterinary Record journal, Dr Paul Burr, Dr Susan Duthie and Dr Kate Turner Haig said rabies was "far from eradicated" in Europe and could return to the UK if safe-guarding tests are removed.
Reid,'Veterinary Services in the Dominions and Colonies', Veterinary Record 56/40 (1944): 362.

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