Welcome to VirtualVet

Explore our site and learn how VirtualVet can work with you on your farm or within your organisation to address the challenges presented by antimicrobial resistance and animal disease monitoring. In our News & Analysis section we describe the growing urgency surrounding antimicrobial resistance and other topics relevant to challenge.

We look at the emerging policy and consumer pressures on farmers to address their reputation for overuse of antibiotics in food producing animals, and we look at the challenges and frustrations facing technological solutions in this area.

VirtualVet’s platform includes an Android app for farmers, synchronised to a dynamic web portal which builds a complete drug-book for farmers,  supported by a phone service ensuring animal treatments on-farm are recorded as required for food quality compliance regulations in the EU.

If your organisation is working to address the impacts on agriculture presented by antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic recording and disease surveillance, talk to us. Our experience, research and insights enable us to work with your organisation to share our knowledge and assist in your strategy development. Engaging with us and working with our partners will increase delivery of positive and innovative measures in both the agri-food and animal health industries. VirtualVet consultancy is available for workshop facilitation or strategy design.

Contact VirtualVet

Want to find out more about VirtualVet’s smartphone app & web portal?

If you are a farmer or a vet, talk to us about how we can work together to reduce the stress of compliance with animal health law. Our smartphone app and web portal are designed with you in mind. We want to contribute to the important challenge of preventing and controlling the outbreaks of animal diseases. Contact us today to discuss your needs.

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Contact the VirtualVet team by emailing us at mail@virtualvet.eu

Ireland:  VirtualVet, Unit 1A, IDA Industrial Park, Cork Rd, Waterford, X91 HT2R

Landline: +353 (0)51 – 373-995           Mobile: +353 (0)87 1495963

UK: Exeter Science Park Centre, 6 Babbage Way, Exeter, Devon, EX5 2FN

Phone: +44 (0)139 – 2241370