Here you will find our most recent News and Events posts relating to Livestock Health.
Please see also:
- the Friars Moor Monthly Farm Newsletter – please contact us to subscribe.
- the XL Vets farm newsletter Livestock Matters – you can read or download the latest issue and many back issues.
- our calendar of forthcoming livestock health events
- New Shaftesbury Branch October 11, 2018 Exciting news on our new Shaftesbury branch, which will soon be offering further services such as nurse clinics, longer opening hours and operations. Follow the progress on our website and Facebook page. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience with parking and noise for the short term.
- Farm Office Manager – Full time up to 12 months maternity cover October 11, 2018 Farming background with awareness of current TB testing regulations essential Ability to plan ahead and use initiative React under pressure in a calm and efficient manner Good at communicating with vets and farmers Computer skills – minimum Excell Closing date 26th October 2018 with interviews week commencing 5/11/18. Please send letters of application to Justine Turnbull – Practice Manager email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) May 30, 2018 Avian Influenza Prevention Zones have been lifted in England and Wales. All bird keepers should continue to maintain good biosecurity to help prevent the outbreak or spread of diseases. More information is available at gov.uk gov.wales and gov.scot websites.
- New Collection Point in Sherborne! April 4, 2018 We are very pleased to announce that we have opened a new collection point for medicines and supplies at Pearce Seeds, Rosedown Farm. This will provide an improved service for our clients in and around the Sherborne area. Medicines ordered with the team in the Sturminster office before 11am will be available for same day collection ...
- Alabama Rot February 8, 2018 Alabama Rot Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV) commonly known as Alabama rot is a disease that can affect any breed of dog but currently it isn’t known what the initial cause is. CRGV is a disease caused by damage to blood vessels of the skin and kidneys. It causes ...