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THE BVA is urging farmers in the UK to work proactively with their vet to prevent common health problems in their animals, such as lameness, infertility and mastitis, and to seek early treatment when problems arise.
Releasing further findings from its ‘Voice of the Profession’ survey earlier this month, the BVA noted that the results indicated that musculoskeletal problems (cited by 45 per cent of the production animal vets responding to the survey), fertility problems (cited by 31 per cent) and mastitis (cited by 29 per cent) were the conditions most commonly …
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