Statistics

Veterinary Investigation Diagnosis Analysis (VIDA) report, 2012

Annual report on data recorded by AHVLA and Scotland's Rural College on animal and bird diagnostic submissions in Great Britain.

Documents

Contents, glossary and introduction

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Total diagnostic submissions

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Location map: AHVLA Laboratories, SAC Disease Surveillance Centres and weather station

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Monthly trends 2012: Cattle

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Monthly trends 2012: Sheep

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Monthly trends 2012: Goats

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Monthly trends 2012: Pigs

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Monthly trends 2012: Birds

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Monthly trends 2012: Miscellaneous species

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Yearly trends 2005 to 2012: Cattle

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Yearly trends 2005 to 2012: Sheep

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Yearly trends 2005 to 2012: Goats

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Yearly trends 2005 to 2012: Pigs

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Yearly trends 2005 to 2012: Birds

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Yearly trends 2005 to 2012: Miscellaneous species

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Detail

The Veterinary Investigation Diagnosis Analysis database (VIDA) holds records of animal and bird diagnoses by AHVLA laboratories and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) in Great Britain.

The VIDA report is published annually and shows monthly data by diagnosis for the year of the report, plus annual totals for the year of the report and the seven previous years.

VIDA reports from previous years are available on the archived AHVLA pages on the National Archive website.