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Seeking evidence to understand the consequences of making microchipping of cats mandatory in England. We're not seeking opinions on introducing a law at this stage.
1. Purpose In this call for evidence, we want people to send us evidence…
This strategy sets out Defra’s equality, diversity and inclusion priorities from 2020 to 2024.
This strategy will take us closer to being the equitable, diverse and…
This contingency plan describes how the government will manage an outbreak or incident of exotic notifiable disease of animals in England.
This publication summarises key points from the Contingency Plan for…
Information about the Badger Edge Vaccination Scheme 2, including how to apply and run a scheme.
Evaluation of Exercise Blackthorn, the UK’s national foot and mouth disease exercise.
A framework to help local authorities in England carry out controls under animal health and welfare legislation.
Seeking views on proposed changes to charges for some APHA statutory and certification services.
Defra and Welsh Government are seeking views on changing how we charge for statutory plant health services in England and Wales.
This strategy sets out Defra’s equality, diversity and inclusion priorities from 2017 to 2020.
This document sets out the what you can expect from a farm visit by a regulator and what your responsibilities are.
A summary of changes happening from summer 2016 to the rules for reporting and recording animal movements.
Updated framework providing support to local authorities carrying out their legal duties under animal health and welfare legislation.
How the government is working to protect animal welfare through legislation, guidance and enforcement.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
What the government is doing to protect animals and prevent animal disease outbreaks so that disease doesn't enter the food chain.
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