Upland farmers and livestock disease experts have shared the findings of a collaborative three-year project to tackle liver fluke disease.
Now available to watch below, ‘Managing liver fluke in Hill Sheep – a farmer led approach’ was first held as an online event on Wednesday 26th May.
This focused webinar reports on how a joint approach to tackling the disease benefitted a group of Cumbrian and Yorkshire Dales farmers.
Working closely with disease experts, they used a collaborative approach to design, implement and understand disease control programmes in a more meaningful and efficient way.
Tune in and discover how these learnings could help your farm.
The Hill Sheep Health North project is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for 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
For more information about the Hill Sheep Health North project, see https://www.hillsheephealthnorth.co.uk/