The original 2017-2020 targets were launched in October 2017.
Following that, annual progress reports were published, culminating in the Target Task Force 2020 Report, which – as well as launching the next set of targets – provided a final 2020 report against the original targets.
All the reports:
The original Targets Task Force was:
|Beef||Hugh Broom, Surrey beef farmer and NFU Livestock Board member; Dr Elizabeth Berry, specialist cattle vet and British Cattle Veterinary Association Council member|
|Dairy||Di Wastenage, Devon dairy farmer and Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers Council member; Dr Elizabeth Berry, specialist cattle vet and British Cattle Veterinary Association Council member|
|Laying hens||Richard Kempsey, free-range egg farmer and Technical Director of Stonegate; Paul McMullin, Consultant Veterinarian to the British Egg Industry Executive|
|Aquaculture||Dr John Webster, Technical Director at the Scottish Salmon Producers Association; Ronnie Soutar, specialist fish vet and President of the Fish Veterinary Society|
|Gamebirds||Paul Jeavons, Worcestershire game farmer and Chairman of the Game Farmers’ Association Health and Welfare Committee; Christian Blake-Dyke, specialist poultry and game-bird vet|
|Pigs||Richard Lister, Yorkshire pig farmer and Chairman of the National Pig Association; Mark White, President of the Pig Veterinary Society and Chairman of PVS Medicines Sub-committee|
|Poultry Meat||Thomas Wornham, Hertfordshire poultry producer; Daniel Parker, specialist poultry vet and Veterinary Adviser to the British Poultry Council|
|Sheep||Charles Sercombe, Leicestershire sheep farmer and Chair of the NFU Livestock Board; Dr Fiona Lovatt, specialist sheep vet representing the Sheep Veterinary Society|
|Observers||Fraser Broadfoot, Veterinary Research Officer, Veterinary Medicines Directorate; Javier Dominguez, Veterinary Director and Head of Science, Evidence and Research, Food Standards Agency; John Fishwick, President, British Veterinary Association; Donal Murphy, Head of Technical and Regulatory Affairs, NOAH; Jess Sloss, Technical Manager, Red Tractor Assurance|