We are looking for case-study farms who would like to improve their multi-actor farm teams to develop effective, tailored farm health plans. This will involve a DISARM facilitator visiting the farm and helping the farmer, their farm veterinarian and other farm advisors e.g. nutritionist to work together to develop and implement an animal health action plan.
We will be focusing on:
- Pig farms in the Netherlands and Spain
- Poultry farms in Belgium and Latvia
- Dairy farms in UK and Romania
- Sheep grazing farms in Greece and France
To promote knowledge sharing across borders, we would like these case-study farms to participate in two exchange visits: one visiting farms in the partnering country, and one hosting farmers from the partnering country. We would also like for you to host or attend an event or workshop in your own country to share your experiences of the multi-actor approach.
If you are interested in any aspect of this project, please get in touch!
We are gathering information about state-of-the-art research, farm and industry innovations which can improve animal health in livestock farming and reduce the risk of antibacterial resistance.
Check out our initial database to learn more. If you know of any new and exciting ideas which we should add to the list, please let us know, we’d love to hear from you!
We would like to welcome you to join the DISARM discussion group hosted on Facebook. This is a space to share research, events and discuss practical solutions to antibiotic resistance in livestock farming across countries and sectors.
If you wish to join, we first ask that you complete this form to give informed consent. Then find DISARM Community of Practice on Facebook – when the admins confirm that you have completed the consent form, you will be granted access to the group.
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