Research and analysis

Exotic and farmed species: GB disease surveillance and emerging threats reports, 2018

Quarterly report about new and emerging diseases in exotic and farmed species such as alpacas, llama and farmed deer.

Documents

Quarterly GB exotic and farmed species disease surveillance and emerging threats report: July to September 2018

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Quarterly GB exotic and farmed species disease surveillance and emerging threats report: April to June 2018

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Quarterly GB exotic and farmed species disease surveillance and emerging threats report: January to March 2018

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Details

These reports are compiled and published by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) as part of Defra’s disease surveillance programme.

Previous reports

Information sheets on diseases of exotic and farmed species are available on the APHA Vet Gateway.

Published 1 June 2018
Last updated 5 December 2018 + show all updates
  1. July to September report available
  2. Emerging threats: diseases of miscellaneous and exotic farmed species: April to June 2018
  3. First published.