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Sheep scab notifications

Last updated: 18 May 2021 - see all updates
Published: 7 May 2019

Notifications of suspected or confirmed cases of sheep scab in Scotland mapped by region.

7 May 2019
Sheep scab notifications

Sheep scab is a contagious disease of sheep which can seriously affect both welfare and production if left untreated.

The Sheep Scab (Scotland) Order 2010 places a legal obligation on any person who has reason to believe that sheep in their possession or care have sheep scab, to notify their local Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) office as soon as possible.

Treatment to control and reduce the incidence of sheep scab is the responsibility of the individual sheep owner and all reported cases are mapped by APHA to provide the sheep industry with an overall picture of the location and distribution of sheep scab in Scotland.

Sheep scab notifications Q1 2021

1 page PDF
455.1 kB

Sheep scab 2020 end year report

1 page PDF
455.7 kB

Sheep scab notifications Q4 2020

1 page PDF
454.8 kB

Sheep scab notifications Q1 2020

1 page PDF
478.3 kB

Sheep scab 2019 end year report

1 page PDF
1.6 MB

Sheep scab notifications Q3 2019

1 page PDF
766.1 kB

Sheep scab 2018 end year report

1 page PDF
1.2 MB
First published: 7 May 2019 Last updated: 18 May 2021 -