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Technical newsheets

Members of Moredun receive regular technical animal health newsheets. These newsheets are written by the experts who are leading research in that area and are edited by a board of farmers and veterinary advisors to ensure that the content is practically orientated for use on farm and practice. Each newsheet therefore contains sections on the signs and symptoms of the disease, epidemiology, diagnosis, control and prevention.

Summaries from past newsheets can be found by visiting the disease summaries search page.  These summaries can be printed out free of charge.

If you are a member of The Moredun Foundation please visit our online members area for the full newssheet.

Want to know more?

The full newsheet for any of the disease summaries can be ordered from the Moredun Foundation by using the following request form. The first newsheet title requested is free*, further newsheet titles are charged at £5.00 per copy (including postage).

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Moredun Foundation and receiving our technical animal health newsheets in the future click here.

*offer limited to one newsheet title per postal address in any one year. After that each newsheet will be charged at the standard price of £5.00 (including postage).

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Printed from http://www.moredun.org.uk/publications/newsheets on 27/02/17 11:04:21 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.