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New housing measures came into force in England, Scotland and Wales on 14 December.
Eville & Jones has been awarded the contract to lead the field trials
Environment Secretary unveils plans to end excessively long journeys for animals exported for slaughter and fattening.
The risk to public health from the virus is very low and this strain of avian influenza does not pose a food safety risk
Key updates for plant and products exports before the end of the transition period.
Consumers and antique industry advised to check latest CITES guidance ahead of 1 January 2021
Routine monitoring has detected avian influenza (bird flu) in a small number of wild birds in the South West of England
The risk level of avian influenza incursion in wild birds in Great Britain has been raised to ‘high’ following two unrelated confirmed cases in England
The risk to public health from the virus is very low and the Food Standards Agency advises that bird flu poses a very low food safety risk.
The risk of public health from the virus is very low and this strain of avian influenza does not pose a food safety risk for UK consumers.
Poultry keepers are urged to prepare for winter avian flu and reduce the risk of disease in their birds over the winter
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Beekeepers and members of the public were today asked to remain vigilant after an Asian hornet was spotted in the Gosport area of Hampshire.
The government has awarded £500,000 grant funding for projects that develop new tools to diagnose tuberculosis (bTB) in cattle.
Exporters of animal and animal products will need to apply for existing export health certificates through a new digital service.
APHA is recruiting over 100 new posts in its Plant Health and Seed Inspectorate
The virus responsible for COVID-19 has been detected in a pet cat in the UK.
World-leading bovine tuberculosis (bTB) TB cattle vaccination trials to start in England and Wales.
UK Government steps-up its campaign to combat the introduction and spread of the pig disease African swine fever.
Richard Irvine has been named as the new Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer (DCVO) for the United Kingdom.
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