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HIPRA is the main sponsor at the 10th International Sheep Veterinary Congress (ISVC)

Sheep and goats

HIPRA is to take part in the 10th edition of the International Sheep Veterinary Congress (ISVC) as a Gold Sponsor, the highest category of sponsorship at this event, thereby demonstrating the support that it has given to the small ruminants sector for decades

The congress, that is to be held from 6 to 10 March in Seville, will host a wide variety of activities which will include some of the company’s own offerings. 

Under the concept “Health Centricity”, HIPRA will shine a spotlight on the needs of veterinarians who specialise in sheep and goats. For this, it has prepared its own programme, which will be open to all congress participants, and will not only include technical sessions but will also provide an opportunity to speak to leading experts in different areas of the sector. 

Health Centricity HIPRA

HIPRA University courses: a practical approach to prevention

There will be 4 HIPRA University sessions on 8 and 9 March, which will approach different subjects from a practical perspective: implementation of improvements in nutrition plans, improvement of reproductive performance on farms, mastitis control based on proper inspection of milking machinery and routine, or reduction of the use of antibiotics on farms, will be the cornerstones of these courses. 


Meet the expert: A place to chat and share 

Just as important as the subject is knowing who will be speaking about it. So anyone who wishes to will have the opportunity to speak to experts from different parts of the world at the HIPRA stand about aspects relating to health and prevention in small ruminants. And you can enjoy a small snack provided by HIPRA at the same time.

HIPRA Symposium: Prevention as the key to reduction of the use of antibiotics

As part of the official congress programme, HIPRA is organizing a symposium on a highly topical issue: the reduction of antibiotic use. 

In a presentation entitled “Strategies for prevention from the first day of life: key to the reduction of the use of antibiotics”, Miguel Ángel Sanz (HIPRA) will review, from a practical perspective, different preventive measures for the control of the most common diseases of sheep and goats, with the aim of reducing the use of antibiotics and increasing the profitability of the farm.