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As part of the Australian Biosecurity Series, Dr Debbie Eagles, Dr Ed Annand and Dr Dan Edson will outline what governments and partner agencies are doing to protect our valuable equine industry from three emerging diseases, including African horse sickness (AHSV), Hendra virus variant (HeV g2) and Japanese encephalitis (JEV).
Updated: Communities across Australia’s north, as well as beef, water buffalo, and dairy cattle industries need to be aware of signs of the disease in their animals.
Over 1000 cases of Foot and Mouth Disease have been confirmed in four provinces of East Java, Indonesia, but no official declaration has been made as of yet.
As the 2022 conference draws closer, learn more about this year's Plenary speakers.
Specialist veterinary anaesthetist Dr Warne will discuss how to integrate this “old drug” into modern evidence-based clinical practice.
Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures, the flagship event of Equine Veterinarians Australia, is set to return in 2022 and registrations are now open.
As part of World Veterinary Day on 30 April 2022, the Australian Veterinary Journal is opening access to articles relevant to the theme: 'Strengthening Veterinary Resilience'.
Saturday 30 April 2022 was World Veterinary Day – a celebration of veterinarians and their contributions to animals, people and the environment.
Dr Alan Guilfoyle will discuss case assessment, possible causes, the ethics of corrective surgery, and discussion of surgical technique.

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