Research in this centre is focused on improving health and welfare of farm, equine and companion animals.
Farm and equine studies are often in conjunction with the National Centre for Precision Farming to utilise the latest sensor technology.
For further information on the Veterinary Sciences and Animal Well-Being Centre please contact Professor Mark Rutter.
Research notes provide explanatory summaries of our current and completed research projects, aimed at non-specialists, students and practitioners in farming and associated industries.
Harper Adams University is a partner in Food and Farming Futures, the independent, collaborative news and information source for farming and food. You can also find research notes for any of our research projects on the Food and Farming Futures website.