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Farmers guide to UK notifiable diseases (Farmer Factsheet)

Contributor(s): Louise Cox-O’Shea, Vetstream Ltd , Adam Dunstan-Martin

  •  DEFRA states "Notifiable’ diseases are animal diseases that you’re legally obliged to report to the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA), even if you only suspect that an animal may be affected".
It is in offense not to immediately report a suspected notifiable diseases to the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).

UK notifiable diseases

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Endemic diseases

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Exotic diseases

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The rules

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What to do if notifiable disease is suspected

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What happens next?

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If a notifiable disease is confirmed

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Minimising spread and prevention

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