05-12-2017 - Will Sommerville - 0 comments
MilkSure training

The MilkSure initiative is for British dairy farmers. Its mission is to safeguard the production of wholesome milk which is free of veterinary medicine residues. 

05-12-2017 - Nick Britten - 0 comments
Ill Thrift in Ewes

There are any number of reasons for a ewe to be in poor condition. Some may be related to the demands of production, some due to old age and some due to disease. 

06-11-2017 - Kat Hart - 0 comments
What's new?

Kat came back from maternity leave recently; she reflects on the changes she's noticed in her time off. 

02-10-2017 - Nick Britten - 0 comments
Milk Fever

October's focus for the newsletter from the Farm Vets is Hypocalcemia (Milk Fever).

06-09-2017 - Sarah Metcalfe - 0 comments
Farm Newsletter - LDA surgical technique

Most of you will have seen us performing LDA or RDA operations at some point but you may not be aware of what is going on while our arm is inside the cow. 

03-08-2017 - Cathy Morris - 0 comments
Ischaemic Teat Necrosis (ITN) - Farm Newsletter

Research is being undertaken into a new and emerging disease in dairy cattle, Ischaemic Teat Necrosis (ITN).  

05-07-2017 - Ian Cardiff - 0 comments
Farm Newsletter - Cow Value

Two topics - Cow value and summer mastitis, covered by Vet Ian Cardiff. 

09-06-2017 - Tim Hirst - 0 comments
Newsletter from the Farm Vets - Body Condition

Achieving the correct Body Condition Score (BCS) at the appropriate stage of the cow's production cycle is vital to maximize both the health and profitability of your beef or dairy cows.  

09-06-2017 - - 0 comments
Sheep newsletter now available

Store Lambs' margins are always very tight, small changes can be the difference between profit and loss. 

08-05-2017 - Ed Bailey - 0 comments
Twins - The Farm Newsletter

May's newsletter from the Farm Vets looks at the incidence of twins

04-04-2017 - Chris Warren - 0 comments
Farm Newsletter - Biosecurity

Chris Warren addresses the importance of biosecurity on farm and where the greatest threats lie.

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