Events and Conference

The Annual Dairy Sheep and Goat Conference has world class lectures on aspects of Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat production and medicine, aimed at all small ruminant farmers, vets, advisors, nutritionists and suppliers. A combination of quality science and practical information given to an audience of farmers and vets.

The Conference aims to develop the partnership between Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat farmers and their vets, advisors and nutritionists – learning together to develop this partnership.

The Conference provides a forum for all interested in Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat production to get together to learn and discuss current issues in the field.

Details of our 2020 Conference will be added in due course – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Conference 2019 << LATEST

February 2019, Bristol, UK

Once again, world leaders in the field gave stimulating and useful talks on varied aspects of Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat production medicine. The speakers were from the Netherlands, Italy, Belgium and the U.S. as well as UK-based.
Read more about the 2019 Conference >

Conference 2018

February 2018, Bristol, UK

World leaders in the field gave stimulating and useful talks on varied aspects of Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat production medicine. The speakers were from Australia, Canada, the U.S. and the Netherlands as well as UK-based.
Read more about the 2018 Conference >

Yoav and David at DS&GC 2017Conference 2017

February 2017, Bristol, UK

World leaders in the field gave stimulating and useful talks on varied aspects of Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat production medicine. The speakers were from Spain, France and Canada, as well as UK-based. Yoav Alony Gilboa and Lucy Hepworth are part of the Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat Consultancy and provided help and advice to vets working in small ruminant dairy production.
Read more about the 2017 Conference >

Conference 2016

February 2016, Bristol, UK

The first annual conference was attended by over 100 producers, vets, students and sponsors.
Read more about the 2016 Conference >

At Friars Moor Vets we are building expertise with our small ruminant dairy farmers, developing health programs and collaborating with these farmers to form a partnership to improve all aspects of Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat medicine and production.

 


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It is with regret that given the current Coronavirus pandemic, GVS has decided to postpone our summer meeting. We very much hope you all stay safe and well. We hope to be able to rearrange our meeting for later in the year. Look after yourselves and each other. Your GVS committee

Still time to apply for SVS research #grant and the chance to receive up to £4k to fund novel, applied & evidence-based science for promoting the prevention of disease and the welfare of sheep. Deadline 31 Mar 2020 @sheepvetnet @BritishVets See https://sheepvetsoc.org.uk #sheep

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