Avian influenza outbreaks in the UK
Highly pathogenic avian influenza is a notifiable disease. Follow a timeline of cases in the UK since September 2022.View
Is altering the DNA of poultry the cure for disease?
Can gene-editing offer a route towards permanent disease resistance from avian influenza which could be passed down through generations, protecting poultry and wild birds?View
Have we seen the end of bird flu?
The drop in avian influenza cases this year has left people wondering, when and if we will see cases. Strict on-farm biosecurity remains critical.View
The threats of flooding to farmers
With the increasing threat of flooding being acutely felt nationwide, the impact on farmers has caused concerns across the agricultural industry.View
More recognition for Livetec as Best Livestock Protection Company 2023!
Livetec have won a Global Business Award for Best Livestock Protection Company 2023 from Corporate Vision magazine as the go-to partner for on-farm biosecurity.View
Livetec wins Best Livestock Protection Company 2023!
Livetec are pleased to be recognised for our unwavering commitment to delivering the most comprehensive biosecurity protection services to our clients.View
Wild seabirds developing immunity to avian influenza
Some of the UK’s seabirds are developing immunity to avian influenza (AI) according to newly published research by FluMap and headed by the Animal and Plant Health Agency.View
Digital data management for more effective farm reporting
Poultry farming involves a lot of record-keeping, such as tracking feed and water consumption, health records, and production metrics. Digitisation streamlines the process.View
Livetec to attend the BFREPA Annual Conference 2023!
Livetec are attending the British Free Range Egg Producers Association Conference and Exhibition on 15th November 2023 at the Telford International Centre. See us on stand 5.View
Why fleet, vehicle and asset tracking is critical for farm businesses
A critical vector for introducing diseases onto farms is through the front gate via visiting vehicles, tracking these movements can be difficult and time consuming.View