Medicine handling course

800 3400

We have experience in holding courses concerning all animal species.

The medicine handling course consists of a theoretical part and a practical part.

The theoretical part takes 6 hours and the practical part 2 hours. In some cases, the practical part can take place on your own farm/workplace. The course can be held in both Jutland and Zealand. At present, we offer an online theoretical course followed by the practical part on your own farm/workplace.

The purpose is to achieve good knowledge of how to handle medicine correctly and to avoid medicine leftovers in meat and other products from the animals. In addition, the course will teach you how to best possible avoid resistance in bacteria inside the bodies of both humans and animals. The course will deal with production animals incluiding pigs, horses, sheep, cows, rabbits and other animals where the law requires this course. You will get insight into the various types of medicine that can be used today on farms with a veterinary advisory service contract.

During the practical part, we explain how medicine is administered, how to euthanise pigs and, if there is interest, we can explain aspects concerning the anatomy of the pig.

The diploma is signed by both the theoretical instructor and the farm veterinarian. We offer the medicine handling course in English (basic English so everyone can keep up) and Danish.

Sign up by phone 55 50 08 85 or via this link.

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