VetSalus Book Review: English Pastoral: James Rebanks

This is a refreshing, honest, optimistic and ultimately, I believe, important book. James Rebanks is well known to many within the UK farming scene. He is a multi- generational farmer who farms in the Lake District in the North of England; leaving school at 16 Rebanks took his A levels at evening classes, later being accepted by Oxford University where he achieved a double first in history.

An Introduction To Sustainability in Farm Vet Practice

The ‘Introduction To Sustainability in Farm Vet Practice’ document is the first piece produced by Vet Sustain’s Food & Farming Working Group. The article comprises a series of case studies discussing work already being done by practicing vets, which improve on farm efficiency and sustainability, both directly and indirectly.


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VetSalus Book Review: How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: Bill Gates


When it first appeared in 1962, Rachel Carson’s massively influential work, ‘Silent Spring’ had almost as much impact because of its genre, as its content. Very few books were being written about the environment then. These days, the publication of new writing on environmental issues and climate change is almost a weekly event and over the last year some significant publications have appeared.