TASAH Veterinary Training

Targeted Advisory Service on Animal Health (TASAH) – Veterinary Practitioner Training

As part of the Rural Development Plan 2014–2020, DAFM, in conjunction with the EU, are funding a Targeted Advisory Service on Animal Health (TASAH) for farmers, delivered by trained veterinary practitioners.

Training Expression of Interest Form

Background to the Targeted Advisory Service on Animal Health (TASAH)

The Service will focus on the following diseases of cattle:

  • Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD)
  • Somatic Cell Counts (SCC)
  • Johne’s Disease (JD)
  • Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR)
  • Parasite Control
  • TB Biosecurity Review
  • Biosecurity Review (Pigs)
  • Tail-Biting Risk Assessment (Pigs)
  • Biosecurity Review (Broilers and Layers – Poultry)

Under the Service, veterinary practitioners are funded to deliver the activity in each of the areas above. However, only veterinary practitioners who have undertaken TASAH training, delivered by Animal Health Ireland, in relation to the relevant disease will be eligible to provide the Service.

If you are a veterinary practitioner interested in being involved in our TASAH training programme, please complete the Expression of Interest form above.

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