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Blandford 10 Year Anniversary – Virtual Raffle

Our Blandford branch is celebrating its 10 year anniversary on 4th May 2021.

We are holding a virtual raffle to celebrate our anniversary. Simply send in your name and contact to be in with the chance of winning a goody bag for your pet!

Please send your name and telephone number/ email to competitions@friarsmoorvets.co.uk

Deadline 4th May –

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Blandford 10 Year Anniversary – Colouring Competition

Our Blandford branch is celebrating its 10 year anniversary on 4th May 2021.

We are holding a colouring competition to celebrate our anniversary and would like you to send us a drawing of your pet or your favourite animal, to be in with the chance of winning a goody bag for your pet!

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Notice of Retirement

The month of April marks the end of an era at Friars Moor as we say goodbye to Julian and Alison who will be retiring from the practice on the 30th April.  It is almost impossible to put into words what they have achieved at Friars Moor, the gratitude we all feel for having been privileged to work alongside them and the impact they have had on Friars Moor and the businesses of so many Vale farmers and pet owners over the years.

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AI Course

The first part will be online followed by the 1:1 practical training on your farm
Online course date Friday 23rd April 9am-2pm
Cost £500 inc VAT

For further information or to book a place on the course please call the farm office on 01258 472314

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Lambing Course – online

We will be hosing an online lambing course on Wednesday 24th March 2021 1pm – 5pm by Zoom
Cost £50 (inc VAT)

To register your interest, any questions and to receive log in details, please call or email the farm office for registration details.

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Exploring soil health

Making a start on understanding and measuring your soil health, with guest speaker Dr Elizabeth Stockdale

25th March 2021 – 1pm by Zoom

To register your interest, any questions and to receive log in details, please call or email the farm office for registration details.

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CLIENT EVENING – FIRST AID FOR YOUR PET

In an emergency, we are always here for your pet!

Sometimes it is important to act quickly, as well as calling us, there are some key things you can do to help. Knowing how to bandage a wound, or what information to take with you that will help your vet treat your pet could save lives.

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Farmers Weekly Awards 2020 – Livestock Advisor of the Year – Julian Allen

Farmers Weekly have been hosting their week-long festival of British farming to celebrate farming’s successes and a chance to see and hear about the achievements of more than 40 of the best farmers in the land.

We are so proud of Julian for winning the Livestock Advisor of the year award #FWAwards 2020.

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Take 15 minutes to complete the Big Farming Survey (100 words)

RABI has launched The Big Farming Survey, the largest ever research project of its kind, which aims to identify how increasingly complex challenges are impacting farming people’s physical and mental wellbeing, as well as the health of farm businesses.

“To serve our community effectively, we require a greater understanding of how the pressures on farming people are affecting daily life,” explains Alicia Chivers,

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Covid-19 Update – January 14th 2021

Friars Moor Vets are taking the risk of Covid 19 very seriously and as a practice we are continuing to provide the best service we can in these difficult times.

We will be putting a hold on the following services with immediate effect:

  • General health checks including Lifetime Care Club 6 monthly health checks

The following will be triaged by our vets and nurses:

  • Prescription check ups
  • Post Op Checks
  • Nail clips

We look forward to resuming normal service in the near future.

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The team at Friars Moor have looked after our pets for many years. The quality of veterinary care is always second to none.
Kelly & Rich Poulter
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