Join us for ‘Managing liver fluke in Hill Sheep – a farmer led approach’, a free online event taking place on Wednesday 26th May.
Running from 12noon to 1pm, this focused webinar presents the findings from a three-year project in which Cumbrian and Yorkshire Dales farmers worked with disease experts on a joint approach to tackle liver fluke disease.
Working closely together, uplands farmers and disease experts have used a collaborative approach to design, implement and understand disease control programmes in a more meaningful and efficient way.
This is your chance to join us as we share the positive results from this project with a specific focus on Liver fluke disease and discover how these learnings could help your farm.
To register for this free online event, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/151190614197
The Hill Sheep Health North project is funded by the European Agricultural Fund or Rural Development: Investing in Rural Areas.
The project team would like to thank the following partners for all they have contributed to the project:
- Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA)
- Evidence Group
- Farmer Scientist Network at the Yorkshire Agricultural Society
- Royal Veterinary College
- The Farmer Network
- University of Liverpool