NOAH launches Veterinary Resource Centre as part of Animal Medicines Best Practice Programme
AMBP Programme encourages a coordinated and consistent approach to farmer training in the responsible use of antibiotics
Young people significantly more informed about the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s pets than the older generation
Six times as many young people claim to have been aware of the potential impact of Brexit on the supply of animal medicines
Two thirds of UK pet owners now concerned that ‘no deal’ Brexit will mean pets may not get vital medicines they need
Concerns about the availability and affordability of animal healthcare post-Brexit are high
Vet medicines no-deal advice: information welcome but an agreement remains imperative, says NOAH
NOAH is pleased to have more information for businesses on the action the Government will take in relation to registration and regulation of animal medicines should there be no Brexit deal.
NOAH welcomes ambitious animal health and welfare vision shown in new Agriculture Bill
NOAH welcomes the publication of the Agriculture Bill, supporting the proposal for ‘public money for public goods’ to protect and improve the health and welfare of all farmed animals.
NOAH Brexit Barometer 3 sends clear message that ‘no-deal’ Brexit is a serious concern for the animal medicines industry
Industry increasingly concerned by lack of Government clarity
MSD Animal Health found in breach of NOAH Code on promotion
The NOAH Code of Practice Committee, chaired by Mr Guy Tritton, met on 24 August 2018.
MSD Animal Health was found to be in breach of 1 of the 2 items under complaint.