A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming

 

Course Feedback - Tom Warboys

 

A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming, the inaugural course from VetSalus in partnership with Vet Sustain, was officially launched in July 2022. The course has been designed to empower veterinary professionals working with farm animals to unlock their unique toolbox of skills and knowledge to help producers attain multiple sustainability objectives, for the benefit of animals under our care, rural communities, wildlife and the wider environment.

A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming

 

Course Feedback - Christine Utting

 

A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming, the inaugural course from VetSalus in partnership with Vet Sustain, was officially launched in July 2022. The course has been designed to empower veterinary professionals working with farm animals to unlock their unique toolbox of skills and knowledge to help producers attain multiple sustainability objectives, for the benefit of animals under our care, rural communities, wildlife and the wider environment.

A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming

 

Course Feedback - Hannah Davies

 

A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming, the inaugural course from VetSalus in partnership with Vet Sustain, was officially launched in July 2022. The course has been designed to empower veterinary professionals working with farm animals to unlock their unique toolbox of skills and knowledge to help producers attain multiple sustainability objectives, for the benefit of animals under our care, rural communities, wildlife and the wider environment.

News from New Zealand

 

Our VetSalus NZ Project Manager and veterinarian Warren Webber attended the One Health Aotearoa Symposium in Wellington NZ, 6th & 7th December 2022. For those who may wonder, Aotearoa is the Māori indigenous word for New Zealand, the most popular translation being "land of the long white cloud". This refers to the cloud formations which helped early Polynesian navigators find the country.

One Health Aotearoa Symposium 2022 - One Health Aotearoa One

CAVI Sustainable Livestock Production: Meeting 2030 Targets

 

The CAVI Sustainable Livestock Production Conference was held at the Tullamore Court Hotel, County Offaly, Ireland on Wednesday 18th January. Sponsored by XLVets Ireland and MSD Animal Health, the event brought together senior figures from across the veterinary community to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the agricultural sector. VetSalus were kindly invited to join the speakers panel, with Rachel Hayton delivering an engaging talk entitled ‘Embedding Sustainability in Veterinary Practice’.