NOAH represents the UK animal medicine industry: its aim is to promote the benefits of safe, effective, quality medicines for the health and welfare of all animals.
. promotes and defends the responsible manufacture, promotion, sale, distribution, handling and use of animal medicines
. acts as a consultative body to the industry, Government, the media and the general public.
. represents the views and interests of its members
. communicates to the outside world about the benefits of animal medicines to animal health and welfare
The animal health industry plays a key part in:
. farm and companion animal welfare
. consumer safety
. farm prosperity
. environmental protection
. scientific innovation
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NOAH manifesto calls for support for older people with pets and “evidence-based decisions” on future legislation
The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has released its animal health manifesto ahead of the general election in just a few weeks’ time.
In a sign that the horsemeat scandal continues to affect consumer sentiment around food quality and safety, new consumer research published by the NOAH suggests that shoppers are more confused than ever about animal medicines and how they are used to protect the health and welfare of animals on farms.
The health and welfare of Britain's pets and livestock are at the heart of everything NOAH does.
Growth hormones, vaccinations and antibiotics have all been associated with food production, but how much does the consumer know about the animal medicines used in the food chain?
The NOAH Board is delighted to announce that Dawn Howard will be taking over from Phil Sketchley as CEO from November 11th 2014.