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Diplomate
United Kingdom
DT2 0LD, Dorset, England
University of Nottingham, Veterinary School
F. Lovatt

Performance monitoring in lamb production
Lamb mortality
Flock health planning
Fertility management in goats
Knowledge transfer
Rare Breed conservation

I graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2012 and undertook a JCTS will Synergy Farm Health LTD in association with the Royal Veterinary College. Synergy Farm Health LTD is a farm animal only practice.

I began an Alternative Residency in 2015 based in Dorset working with commercial sheep and goats herds under the supervision of Fiona Lovatt. I completed my examinations in 2018.

 

Peer reviewed publications- Original research

Jennings, A., Gascoigne, E., Macrae, A., Burrough, E. and Crilly, J.P., 2018. Serological survey of British sheep flocks for evidence of exposure to ovine pestiviruses. Veterinary Record183(7), pp.220-220.

Davies, P., Remnant, J.G., Green, M.J., Gascoigne, E., Gibbon, N., Hyde, R., Porteous, J.R., Schubert, K., Lovatt, F. and Corbishley, A., 2017. Quantitative analysis of antibiotic usage in British sheep flocks. Veterinary Record.

Gascoigne, E., Williams, D.L. and Reyher, K.K., 2017. Survey of prevalence and investigation of predictors and staining patterns of the split upper eyelid defect in Hebridean sheep. The Veterinary record.

Gascoigne, E., Bazeley, K. and Lovatt, F., 2017. Can farmers reliably perform neonatal lamb post mortems and what are the perceived obstacles to influencing lamb mortality? Small Ruminant Research151, pp.36-44.

 

Peer reviewed publications- Opinionated reviews

Gascoigne, E., Lovatt, F., Davies, A. and Reader, J., 2019. Increasing vet and sheep flock interactions in dairy practice. In Practice41(4), pp.177-181.

Gascoigne, E., Morgan, E.R., Lovatt, F. and Vineer, H.R., 2018. Controlling nematode infections in sheep: application of HACCP. In Practice40(8), pp.334-347.

Crilly, J.P., Jennings, A. and Gascoigne, E., 2018. Border disease: an under-appreciated threat to flock health and productivity?.Livestock23(2), pp.88-92.

 Gascoigne, E., 2016. Sheep flock health planning and the role of sheep veterinary surgeons. Livestock21(6), pp.370-374.

Gascoigne, E. and Lovatt, F., 2015. Lamb growth rates and optimising production. In Practice37(8), pp.401-414.

Gascoigne, E., 2015. Disbudding of goat kids. Livestock20(2), pp.96-100.

Gascoigne, E. and Crilly, J.P., 2014. Control of tapeworms in sheep: a risk-based approach. In Practice36(6), pp.285-293.

 

Letters

Reilly, B., Warboys, T., Newsome, R., Charlesworth, A., Mouland, C., Swain, J., Barber, B., Siviter, P., Gascoigne, E. and Foden, G., 2019. Looking after interns and residents. The Veterinary record184(9), p.286.

Gascoigne, E., Hemmingway, J., Hill, E., McElwee, J., Laing, N., Nabb, L. and Oliver, L.A., 2017. Reclassification of Monepantel. Veterinary Record180(14), pp.361-+.

Gascoigne, E., Swain, J., Glover, M., Nabb, L. and McLean, J., 2017. Controlled release progestagen sponges for sheep. Veterinary Record180(4), pp.101-102.

Gascoigne, E. and Millar, M., 2015. Multidrug resistance in enterotoxigenic K99 E coli infection in lambs. Veterinary Record177(2), pp.52-52.

 

 

 

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