OPINION: It has long been suggested that animals have senses that humans don’t, and often behave differently than usual shortly…
Displaying items by tag: New Zealand veterinary association
Talks are underway to allow overseas veterinarians into the country and help ease an acute shortage.
The New Zealand Veterinary Association has some advice for animal owners amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most farmers are well prepared for the new disbudding and dehorning regulations which will take effect on October 1.
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) is very concerned about the animal welfare consequences of poor practices during winter grazing, says chief veterinary officer Helen Beattie.
Good onfarm animal management will be essential if plans to eradicate Mycoplasma bovis are to succeed, the New Zealand Veterinary Association says.
Mark Ward has been appointed as the new chief executive of the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA).
Proposed new animal welfare regulations are a great step forward, says the New Zealand Veterinary Association dairy cattle branch president, Dr Jenny Weston.
Proposed new animal welfare regulations are a great step forward, says the NZ Veterinary Association dairy cattle branch president, Dr Jenny Weston.
The eight organisations that formed a Bobby Calf Action Group at the end of 2015 are well advanced on a range of initiatives ensuring best practice handling and management of bobby calves.