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Technical Working Groups

The Technical Working Groups (TWGs) comprise experts and experienced practitioners from a variety of fields who are tasked with drawing up factual resources, the development of decision-making tools, and the identification of areas for further Research and Development. Furthermore, in areas in which AHI is developing disease control and eradication…

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About AHI

Constituted as a Company Limited by Guarantee, AHI functions as a partnership between private sector organisations and businesses in the agri-food sector and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. It is a not-for-profit organisation which receives no guaranteed income from the State; government funding is provided on the basis of strict…

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Bioexclusion leaflet now available from AHI

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The Biosecurity Technical Working Group of AHI has just released a new leaflet – ‘Bioexclusion: Keeping Infectious Diseases out of Your Herd’ – which provides practical advice for preventing the introduction of disease into your herd. It can be accessedby clicking here. More information on various aspects of biosecurity is available from…

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AHI meets the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine

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This week Animal Health Ireland appeared before the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine to outline its overall strategy and to provide members with details of the various animal health programmes which it is co-ordinating and leading. Committee members expressed particular interest in the four programmes prioritised for…

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IBR Information leaflets from AHI

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The IBR Technical Working Group of AHI has now published two information leaflets on IBR. The first “IBR in Cattle – Information leaflet for Irish farmers, advisors and vets” is a comprehensive leaflet providing information on the disease, how to investigate herds for evidence of infection and options for maintaining…

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Grainne Dwyer

Animal Health Ireland is delighted to welcome on board Gráinne Dwyer. Grainne comes to Animal Health Ireland with many years experience in the area of administration, communications and event management. She had been working with AHI in a consultative capacity for two year prior to joining the organisation on a full-time…

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TWG governance

The technical working groups and members operate according to Guidelines published by AHI. (updated 25/01/17) Any suitably qualified individual may apply for membership of a Technical Working Group by completing an Application Form. Members of Technical Working Groups are encouraged to complete an annual Statement of Interest Form

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