NADIS

Welcome to NADIS. This map will only appear on the initial visit to the website. Please select your region, and you will be automatically be taken to your region on future visits

Northern Ireland North Scotland South East Scotland South West Scotland North East England Yorkshire & Humber East Midlands East of England South East England North West England Wales West Midlands South West England
Region:
Parasite Forecast

NADIS publishes a monthly Parasite Forecast for farmers and livestock keepers, based on detailed Met Office data. The Parasite Forecast outlines the parasitic challenge facing cattle and sheep in the different UK regions. This month’s webinar focuses on gut worm in lambs and cattle as well as lungworm in cattle.

forecast

FEATURED WEBINARS
Targets and Benchmarking

In this webinar, Dr Richard Laven, Associate Professor of Production Animal Health at Massey University discusses how big an issue is poor fertility.


Oestrus Detection in Cattle

In this webinar, Dr Richard Laven, Associate Professor of Production Animal Health at Massey University discusses oestrus detection - inseminating more cows at the right time.


Coccidiosis in Calves

In this webinar, Dr Richard Laven, Associate Professor of Production Animal Health at Massey University discusses the effects, causes and treatment of Coccidiosis in calves.


Coccidiosis in Lambs

In this webinar, Dr Fiona Lovatt, RCVS Recognised Specialist in Sheep Health and Production discusses the effects, causes and treatment of Coccidiosis in lambs.


Managing Milk Fever

Milk fever is still one of the most common diseases of the calving cow; in this webinar Associate Professor Richard Laven BVetMed, PhD Lond., MRCVS looks at how to recognise treat and prevent this condition.


Featured Animal Health Issues
Clostridial Disease in Cattle

The more important clostridial diseases of cattle include black disease, blackleg, malignant oedema, tetanus and botulism....


Hypocalcaemia and Hypomagnesaemia

Hypocalcaemia occurs when cows are turned onto long, lush grass. There is little fibre in the grass and thus scouring follows. ...


Liver Fluke Control in Sheep

Preventative measures against liver fluke should be prepared at this time....


Photosensitisation

Non-pigmented areas of the skin are affected, often with the head and teats affected first. The affected animals should be housed. ...


PGE & Lungworm in Cattle

Parasitic gastroenteritis (PGE; gut worms) usually affects growing cattle grazing contaminated pasture during their first summer at grass, typically dairy calves where the same pastures are used for this class of stock every year....


Ram Management

Although the breeding period on many intensive sheep farming enterprises may only extend to five or six weeks, effective management of rams necessitates all year round attention. ...