Biosecurity: It will bring benefits

Padfield, Emily
July 2006
Farmers Weekly;7/7/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 1, p37
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the influence of holistic management and biosecurity considerations on the marketability and efficiency of the livestock industry in Great Britain discussed at the Royal Show conference held in July 2006. The risk of new diseases such as West Nile and Blue Tongue makes the management of biosecurity and health planning crucial to a profitable future. Farm Animal Initiative director Roland Bonnay emphasised the need for a holistic approach to achieve best practice.


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