Skip to navigation Skip to content
 
  • Sheep

Cryptosporidiosis & Johne's Disease - FREE evening meeting in Macclesfield

Monday 07 November
Time: 
7.30 - 9.30pm
Event Location: 
Macclesfield Rugby Club, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4AF
Audience: 
Farmers, vets, SQPs and others interested in livestock health
Booking Information: 
Free event - no booking required

Both Johne's disease and cryptosporidiosis can have a major impact on the health and welfare of your cattle and can result in significant financial loss at the farm level.  A free evening meeting, designed to help farmers and vets achieve more effective control of these diseases will be held at Macclesfield Rugby Club on Monday 7 November.

At this meeting Frank Katzer and Karen Stevenson from Moredun will outline what is known about these diseases, from biology to diagnosis. They will then go on to describe how both Johne’s disease and cryptosporidiosis can be controlled on farm and the measures farmers can take to help minimise losses and protect health and welfare.

Admission is FREE and open to all.

AMTRA logo

This meeting is an accrediated AMTRA SQP CPD event and is worth 12 points.

For further information about this meeting please contact the Moredun Foundation Communications Team on 0131 445 5111 or email info@moredun.org.uk.

The 2016 Moredun Livestock Health Roadshow is kindly supported by: The Moredun Foundation, The Scottish Government, HCC, QMS, Zoetis and Norbrook.

Not a Member?

Moredun membership allows you to keep up to date with the latest advances in livestock health. You can join or renew your Moredun membership online.

Not a Member?

Keep up to date with Moredun's latest research advances by becoming a member now. Join now

Members Only Area

Moredun members can access extra animal health information and technical newsheets.

Log In | Register


Printed from http://www.moredun.org.uk/events/cryptosporidiosis-johnes-disease-free-evening-meeting-macclesfield on 30/03/17 01:24:10 PM

Moredun is committed to promoting animal health and welfare through research and education and is recognized worldwide for its contribution to research into infectious diseases of farmed livestock.