“One of the reasons we’re doing this research is to help the industry increase efficiency through improving animal health. We’d like Scotland to lead the way in terms of upholding the high health message.”
A summary of the Paraban project to exchange current knowledge, expertise, perspectives, experiences, ideas and visions for best practice for Johne's (pronounced Yoanese, Yo-nees) Disease control between meat and milk producers, industry stakeholders, scientists and vets.
The aims to:
Determine the most cost effective approaches to Johne's Disease control
Optimise control regimens for Scottish beef and dairy farms
Deliver legacy best practice guidelines to aid control of Johne's Disease in cattle
This project was led by Scotland's Rural College, with James Hutton Institute, University of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow and Quality Meat Scotland.
Paraban was funded by The Scottish Funding Council under SPIRIT initiative, Quality Meat Scotland, DairyCo and the Food Standards Agency.
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