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Intranasal vaccination is an increasingly used practice in humans, as well as farmed species. Pioneering research at the RVC studied the dispersal of intranasal vaccine in calves.
The ability of the RVC’s Farm Animal Clinical Centre (FACC) to undertake an increasing amount of diagnostic imaging on farms and in the referral clinical centre has greatly enhanced the service that can be offered to referring vets and clients.
At the RVC, we have a long-established Farm Animal Pathology and Diagnostics (FAPD) Service and represent an expert post mortem examination provider for the government’s Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).
James Adams, Staff Clinician in Large Animal Internal Medicine The Farm Animal Clinical Centre (FACC) was referred a five-month-old White Park castrated male calf who had been dull and depressed for two weeks. The calf had initially been diagnosed …