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14th June
Our vet John is cycling from Bristol to Bordeaux over 4 days. Have a look at his donation page to see why! https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/johnscotton1#donationSummary Here's hoping that all the training pays off! 800 Km in 4 days is going to be a massive challenge, and risks an extremely sore tail end! but it's for a great cause ... Read more >
13th April
Bird Flu - update As of today 13/04/17, the requirement to keep poultry housed or completely enclosed in netting will be lifted... Read more >
7th December 2016
Avian Influenza - Protection Zone Created Avian Influenza, more commonly known as bird flu, mainly affects birds... Read more >
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