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Driving Down Antibiotic Use in Gamebirds - 11th April 2019

By working together over the last two years, game farmers, gamekeepers, their vets and their feed suppliers have reduced antibiotic use in gamebirds by 51%. It’s been a brilliant response to an urgent campaign initiated by the Game Farmers’ Association and supported by all the above organisations. But we have to get antibiotic use down a lot further whilst maintaining the health and welfare of our gamebirds. Please read the joint communication regarding this important subject....more...

Brexit Contingency Planning at Crowshall - Update August 2019 - 29th August 2019

Brexit Contingency Planning at Crowshall There remains significant uncertainty around the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union which is planned to take place on 31 October 2019.  It remains unclear whether the exit will occur with or without an agreed deal. Undoubtedly, a “no deal” scenario will affect our trading relationship with Europe which will necessarily default onto World Trade Organisation rules until such a time as a trade agreement can be made.  Even with a d...more...

Sustainability Policy January 2020 - 27th January 2019

Crowshall Sustainability Policy Crowshall Veterinary Services LLP has always been a business guided by strong principles, with a consistent focus on championing the production of healthy and sustainable food while promoting outstanding animal health and welfare. We have never shied away from tackling challenges encountered by the veterinary and agricultural sectors, whether it be through our responsible use of antibiotics or our progressive attitude to mental health support for both staff and ...more...

Low Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5 Confirmed in Suffolk - 11th December 2019

Notifiable LPAI H5 confirmed in broiler breeders in Suffolk Current Disease situation In the last few minutes, Defra has confirmed an outbreak of Low Pathogenic avian flu of the H5 strain at a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk (nr Athlington). All birds on the premises will be humanely culled. A restricted zone of 1km is in place around the infected premises as specified in the declaration applying these restrictions. Click on the link to access the declaration Declaration of a low...more...

Notice regarding the Coronavirus outbreak - 1st November 2019

With the Coronavirus making headlines around the world, we would like to reassure you that we are following the advice issued by the Government who are taking advice from health care experts and specialists. In the meantime, could we please request if you visit or contact Crowshall Veterinary Services that you follow any advice from staff and any signage that is displayed as we try to minimise disruption and follow government guidelines. We appreciate your full and continued support. Nicky Da...more...

COVID-19 Update - 25th March 2020

Dear Crowshall Customer, As the situation with COVID-19 and the governments restrictions escalate you may have concerns about how this affects the ability for you to interact with the practice. We are still operating with extended hours to assist you at this challenging time. The government has defined staff that work for food supply businesses as key workers. As the veterinary practice and laboratory are key in the food supply chain then these businesses can continue to operate to ensure th...more...