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Moredun supports Women in Wellies initiative

Official statistics for Scotland indicate that the rural workforce is predominantly male (around 74 per cent) and across Scotland there is a deficit of young people entering land based careers. 

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Moredun Scientific receives funding from Eurostars for further development of Streptococcus suis piglet vaccine

Moredun Scientific has been awarded funding through the Eurostars-2 program to collaborate with Swedish based Intervacc to support the further development of Intervacc`s innovative vaccine to protect piglets against infection caused by the bacterial pathogen Streptococcus suis.

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Grass, minerals and flukes - another successful on farm KE event by Moredun and the Crown Estate Scotland

Poldean Farm near Moffat, run by the Davidson family, was the venue this week for a very well attended and successful farm event run by Moredun and the Crown Estate Scotland.

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Moredun collaborate to develop new vaccine to protect against Foot and Mouth Disease

Scientists at Moredun are working on a collaborative project to develop a new vaccine to protect livestock against foot and mouth disease (FMD).

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Scientists discuss research towards mitigating anthelmintic resistance in livestock

Moredun scientists joined fellow researchers from across 30 countries at the second COMBAR Working Group meeting to present research results and to discuss a coordinated approach towards solutions for anthelmintic resistance.

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Moredun Scientific celebrates its 30th birthday

Moredun Scientific is celebrating 30 years of providing contract research and testing services to the global animal health and biopharmaceutical industries.

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Moredun's CEO receives top honour from British Veterinary Association

Professor Julie Fitzpatrick OBE has been awarded the British Veterinary Association’s (BVA) most prestigious scientific award at BVA Members’ Day in York (20 September) for her outstanding contribution to UK and global livestock health and welfare in a career spanning three decades.

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Mannhaemia haemolytica challenge model publication

A recent publication shows the results of a study treating experimentally induced bovine respiratory disease in calves with a new combined therapeutic product.

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Dry summer may not have killed off liver fluke

The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) and Control of Cattle Parasites Sustainably (COWS) groups are urging sheep and cattle farmers to not be complacent about liver fluke this autumn.

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New animated film to be launched in the fight against fluke

We are delighted to announce that Fight the Fluke, the latest addition to our hugely popular animation series, will be launched at the National Sheep Association Sheep Event next week (18th July).

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Videos launched in fight against the spread of African Swine Fever

Following the two most recent outbreaks of African Swine Fever (ASF) in the Czech Republic and Hungary the Scottish Government has produced two videos directed to pig producers and pet pig owners.

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Call for action as first case of resistance to group 4 wormer (monepantel) is reported in the UK

A collaborative study between Moredun and the University of Edinburgh’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies has identified the first case of resistance to monepantel (trade name Zolvix®) in the UK.

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