Emily Gascoigne wins Ceva Farm Educator of the Year

We would like to congratulate Emily Gascoigne, who has been named Farm Educator of the Year in the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards. Emily is a RCVS Recognised Specialist in Sheep Health and Production and is a committee member of the Goat Veterinary Society. Emily goes the extra mile to share her knowledge with farmers, vets and vet students. She believes that education is key to improving animal welfare and is always keen to emphasise the link between welfare and productivity.

The Ceva Animal Welfare Awards celebrates individuals who dedicate their lives to improving animal health and welfare, and the Farm Educator of the Year Award acknowledges research and education on the benefits of improving farm animal welfare. Emily is actively involved in clinical research in practice, and is involved in teaching students and organising sheep farmer training at Synergy Farm Health. She also contributes to farming and veterinary press and plays an active role in several veterinary associations.