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Over the past two weeks Lancashire Police has been running a Covid safe training course for 60 of its officers. The NGO along with BASC have been involved in running elements of the training course for new wildlife police Officers and officers who work in rural locations in the North West of England. Attending theContinue reading “Training future wildlife cops.”
For the third year running we have seen big increases in successful nest and chick numbers. It is reported on the GOV.UK site that 60 chicks fledged from 19 nests with twelve nests reported on land managed for grouse shooting. Overall this spring has seen great successes with all species of raptors doing well onContinue reading “A record breaking Year for Hen Harriers”
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a serious issue affecting all livestock, poultry and humans alike. As concerns about AMR increase, so does the global restriction on antibiotic use in animal production, and emphasis on research into effective natural alternatives. Game birds can be exposed to a range of different bacteria, viruses and parasites in their naturalContinue reading “Reduce Interventions – Support Game Health and Rearing Success Naturally”
Response form the Association of Responsible Dog Owners (ARDO) in responseto the Scottish Parliament Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee ‘call forevidence’ concerning the proposed Dogs (Protection of Livestock) (Amendment)(Scotland) Bill.ARDO welcomes what we consider to be a much-needed focus on the issue ofdogs worrying and attacking livestock (and indeed other animals).We commend Emma Harper MSPContinue reading “Association for Responsible Dog Owners (ARDO) Responds to the Scottish Government.”
It’s easy to take good health for granted. When you are fit and well it’s natural to assume you will – despite the occasional cold or other minor illness – remain fit and well. But regardless of how much you exercise and watch your diet, your physical well-being is fragile and prone at any timeContinue reading “Taking the financial worry out of hospital stays”
What is Coccidiosis?Coccidiosis is a common intestinal infection that plagues game birds, caused by protozoan parasites of the Eimeria group. Infection can seriously impair bird growth and lead to increased mortality. Coccidiosis targets the intestinal tract and can cause severe damage of the gut wall lining, resulting in the development of lesions; this impairs digestion,Continue reading “Reduce the Impact of Coccidiosis and Protect Your Birds!”
Sporting Saint is a Specialist Worldwide Supplier and manufacturer of Quality Gundog Training Equipment – Catering for all aspects of gundog training. Beginner through to Advanced level We are a small family owned business that train and work our own gundogs, enjoy days out , picking up, beating, shooting or simple socialising. Philippa Jones (Mrs) foundedContinue reading “Sporting Saint – Gundog Training Equipment”
NGO Moorland Branch member Richard Bailey talks openly on todays Farming Programme. the radio 4 programme took a well balanced stance which was a refreshing change. it is clear though that the view points are polarised to say the least, but how can anybody believe that Tim Birch’s Disney Eutopian world would work is beyondContinue reading “NGO Moorland Branch Keeper tackles Tim Birch’s Disney World view of Conservation.”
Clothing advice from a gamekeeper is invaluable. We can all have an opinion on what the best new tweed is, or what brand is the current darling of the shooting world, but if you really want to know which membranes are totally waterproof and breathable, what insulation is best at near or sub-zero temperatures, orContinue reading “Why ArdMoor supports Gamekeepers”
Universityof Northampton researchers conduct wide ranging survey intoeconomic and social effects of the sport on moorland communities Professor Simon Denny and Tracey Latham Green of the Institute for Social Innovation and Impact at the University of Northampton have conducted a new study into the economic and social effects of integrated moo rland management including grouseContinue reading “Grouse shooting essential for the survival of Moorland Communities, new study finds”
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