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Diplomate
United Kingdom
40, Hay Street, PH1 5HS, Perth, United Kingdom

Caseous lymphadenitis, parasite control

Dr Graham Baird BVM&S, BSc, CertSHP, DVM&S, Dip.ECSRHM, MRCVS

I qualified from the Royal (Dick) Vet in Edinburgh in 1989 before spending four years in mixed practice around St Andrews in Fife. I joined the Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) in 1993, working at the veterinary laboratories in Inverness, St Boswells and Perth.  Since 2011 I have been a field based Veterinary Consultant with Zoetis (previously known as Pfizer Animal Health) in Scotland. 

During my time with SAC I had a particular interest in disease surveillance and sheep medicine, and working with colleagues from the Moredun Institute I researched and published on ovine caseous lymphadenitis (CLA) over a period of ten years. I was recently accepted as a Diplomate of the European College of Small Ruminant Health Management.

I grew up in the “Home of Golf” St Andrews and still enjoy an occasional hack round the famous links courses.    

  • Fontaine, M. C., Baird, G. J., Connor, K. M., Rudge, K., Sales, J. & Donachie, W. (2006) Vaccination confers significant protection of sheep against infection with a virulent United Kingdom strain of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. Vaccine 24, 5986-5996.
  • Baird, G. J. & Fontaine, M. C. (2007) Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and its role in ovine caseous lymphadenitis. Journal of Comparative Pathology 137, 179-210.
  • Fontaine, M. C. & Baird, G. J. (2008) Caseous lymphadenitis. Small Ruminant Research 76, 42-48.
  • Baird, G. J. & Malone, F. E. (2010) Control of caseous lymphadenitis in six sheep flocks using clinical examination and regular ELISA testing. Veterinary Record 166, 358-362.

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