News & Events – Farm

Here you will find our most recent News and Events posts relating to Livestock Health.

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  • TB Farmers Meeting November 7, 2016 On the 2nd November a meeting was held at the practice to educate farmers and vets about bovine Tuberculosis. Alan Shuttleworth MRCVS, the former APHA regional TB lead gave a very informative talk, which included the history of bovine TB in this country, the accuracy of the comparative skin test and other frequently asked questions. ...
  • Flock Discussion Club October 13, 2016 Our first Flock Discussion Club meeting was held on Thursday 6th October by kind permission of Georgie and Andy Sturgess. The topic ‘the importance of flock recording to monitor performance’ went down well, and everyone went away with some things to reflect on. All attendees left with a form to record data over the coming ...
  • Vet receives award for TB case study October 5, 2016 Rhian Rochford headshotAs part of our ongoing battle with bovine tuberculosis all of our farm animal vets and TB testers are continuously being assessed and audited. One of the assessments requires case logs to be submitted to one of the governing bodies and one of our vets, Rhian Rochford, has recently been awarded second place in a ...

 

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Upcoming Events

Aug
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11:00 am RESPONSIBLE USE OF MEDICINES COU... @ Friars Moor Vets
RESPONSIBLE USE OF MEDICINES COU... @ Friars Moor Vets
Aug 21 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
This workshop will fully equip you with practical knowledge and skills to take away and use on farm. Understand different medicines available and legislative classes Improve decision making on farm to reduce antibiotic usage Understand how to avoid expensive misuse
Oct
10
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10:00 am Practical AI Course @ [Venue TBC]
Practical AI Course @ [Venue TBC]
Oct 10 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Practical AI Course @ [Venue TBC]
One day small group (6-10 people) theoretical training followed by practical use of the AI equipment and practising passing the AI catheter on real uterus post mortem. This will then be followed by individual or paired on farm training within
Each time we walk through the surgery door at Friars Moor, we know that our pets are in the very best hands, and we feel that our pets deserve nothing less.
Kelly & Rich Poulter
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