Farm Animal Well Being

At Boehringer Ingelheim, we believe that vets play a key role in promoting better farming practices.

Our aim is to build and share scientific knowledge around farm animal well-being, where effective pain management
benefits livestock and rewards farmers, while satisfying the social demands for responsible farming.

image Link to 11th Expert Forum on Farm Animal Well-being May 30th - June 1st (Sydney)

days to go until next FAWB forum

image Link to article Lying behaviour after C-section
image Link to A talk with Richard Laven
image Video The evolving attitude of the veterinary profession image Video From pain to suffering
image Video Assesing pain now and then image Video Best practices for calf dehorning
image Article Overcoming the economic impact of dystocia in cattle

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Well-being Awards 2018

The Ruminant Well-being Awards, sponsored by the World Association for Buiatrics and Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health, were granted to Prof. Hans Coetzee (Achievement Award) and Dr. Joshua Aleri (Research Award) in recognition of their efforts to improve ruminant welfare. READ MORE

2018 FAWB Forum

Over 100 delegates from 10 countries participated in the 11th Boehringer Ingelheim Expert Forum on Farm Animal Well-Being, held in Australia for the first time. Understanding what truly constitutes well-being and then ensuring it is properly measured is key to driving improvements in well-being of farm livestock, according to the international group of experts who met in Sydney. READ MORE



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