Veterinarians - Competent partners
For livestock farmers, veterinarians are competent contact partners. They answer all questions on operational health management in poultry, pig and cattle farming businesses in the QS scheme. Clearly defined requirements in the guidelines and independent inspections ensure that the protection and wellbeing of animals are firmly rooted in the QS scheme.
The livestock care contract between veterinarians and livestock managers forms the basis for cooperation. Herd or flock care by a veterinarian comprises curative and preventive services and also includes monitoring and screening measures.
The results from the salmonella monitoring for fattening pigs and from antibiotics monitoring for poultry and pigs and the results of the slaughtering diagnostic data can help you in your day-to-day work. Veterinarians have access to the data of the companies they are in charge of in the QS databases.
You can find the documents for your participation in the QS scheme here:
Registering in the QS scheme
For the purpose of antibiotics monitoring, you - as a veterinarian or veterinary practice - sign an agreement with QS. This entitles you to enter data on the application and dosage of antibiotics in the antibiotics database. Take the first step by completing the simple online registration process.
Veterinarians or veterinary practices that take samples in the agricultural businesses within the framework of QS salmonella monitoring register for this purpose in the salmonella database.
You can use the adjacent links to register online as a veterinarian in QS databases for antibiotic monitoring (Vetproof) and salmonella monitoring (Qualiproof) for the QS scheme.