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Vets and merchants at odds over vaccine sales
Rachel Donovan
Over 200 vets attended an emergency meeting in the Horse and Jockey in Co Tipperary on Monday night, to discuss the impact of proposed changes to the sale of vaccines.
17 July 2024 Editorial
Vets’ emergency meeting late in the day
Editor Jack Kennedy will be watching to see if changes are made to vaccine availability for farmers.
17 July 2024 News
Clarity on new vet school needed ‘as soon as possible’
South East Technological University (SETU), told the Irish Farmers Journal it 'would like clarity as soon as possible' on the location of the new vet school.
Vets warn new vaccine sale rules will affect future of farm call-outs
Over 200 vets attended an emergency meeting in the Horse and Jockey in Co Tipperary on Monday night to discuss the impact of proposed changes to the sale of vaccines.
16 July 2024 News
UCD Lyons Farm to receive €14m to improve educational facilities
FBD and UCD announce investment in new agricultural research and education facilities and laboratories at UCD Lyons Farm.
16 July 2024 News
UK set to see first ever strike of private veterinary staff
A two-week strike over pay and conditions is planned by veterinary workers in Wales.
10 July 2024 News
Scope of review critical to any relook of Brennan’s farm case - IFA
The farm came to prominence nationally after its herd saw seemingly unexplained bone deformations which an official investigation claimed were not linked to a local brick factory.
5 July 2024 News
Vets’ bull semen testing challenge dismissed
A case brought by the Veterinary Council of Ireland against a woman who provided bull semen analysis service has been thrown out of court. David Forsythe reports.
3 July 2024 News
Labour government could deliver for Irish exporters
A change of government in the UK following this week's election is on the cards, but will it matter?
3 July 2024 News
Vets’ bull semen testing challenge dismissed
A case brought by the Veterinary Council of Ireland against a woman who provided bull semen analysis service has been thrown out of court. David Forsythe reports.
28 June 2024 News
Strong contenders for chief vet job at the department
Galway native Martin Blake is set to retire from his role as chief veterinary officer with the Department of Agriculture. The Dealer has the runners and rider sin the race to succeed Blake.
26 June 2024 Dealer
Wide range in veterinary call-out charges
There is a significant differential in the cost for a farm visit by vets in NI
26 June 2024 Northern Ireland