Westpoint Midhurst is a modern, dedicated livestock veterinary practice providing a comprehensive range of health-orientated services to farms in and around the Midhurst area. 

The practice consists of a combination of high quality experienced farm vets on the ground who have easy access to the specialist knowledge of consultants throughout the group, as well as to Biobest Laboratories for fast, accurate laboratory analysis.

At Westpoint we firmly believe that farm efficiency and profitability is driven by animal health.  We aim to provide farmers with the best clinical and advisory services in order to maximise the health and productivity of their livestock.

Westpoint believe in supplying medicines at the best prices, ensuring that the price of the product does not prevent the most appropriate treatment or control programme from being adopted.

Our mobile paraprofessional team gives farmers skilled on-farm support work from foot trimming to vaccination, and we also run training courses and workshops covering key areas such as Five Point Dutch foot trimming and AI.



  • Contact Number

    01730 815221

    Fax Number

    01730 815219


    Bridgelands Farm, Ingram's Green, Iping, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 0LJ

  • Opening Times

    Mon: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

    Tue: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

    Wed: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

    Thu: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

    Fri: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

Outside office hours, the on-call vet will receive all emergency phone calls to provide 24hr emergency care. For medication pick ups and other visits, outside office opening hours, please contact our veterinary staff.

Latest Newsletter
South Regional Newsletter | Summer 2017


  • Keith Baxter BVetMed MRCVS

    Keith Baxter

    BVetMed MRCVS

  • Keith Baxter | BVetMed MRCVS

    Keith qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London in 1990. He then had a brief spell in mixed practice in Gloucestershire and Staffordshire. Since 1992 Keith has concentrated on cattle medicine, working in practices in Devon, Derbyshire and New Zealand before settling in Chichester in 1998. Keith became a partner in the Woodhorn Veterinary Centre in 1999. The year 2004 saw the merger of Woodhorn Veterinary Centre and St Peter's Veterinary Group farm practice into Southern Farm Vets. Later Southern Farm Vets was amalgamated into Stock1st, which merged with Westpoint Veterinary Group in 2008.

    Keith is particularly interested in mastitis investigation and control, computerised recording and analysis of farm data and bull fertility.

    Keith's personal interests include coaching junior rugby at Chichester RFC, beekeeping and playing in a rock band.

  • Rebecca Davenport

    BVMedSci (Hons) BVM BVS MRCVS

  • Rebecca Davenport | BVMedSci (Hons) BVM BVS MRCVS

    Rebecca graduated from the University of Nottingham in July 2014 and joined the Westpoint Internship in August. Originally from Cambridgeshire, where farm animal work is slightly sparse, she spent the majority of her holidays on family run sheep and dairy farms in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

    Rebecca enjoys all aspects of farm veterinary practice and has a particular interest in sheep medicine.

    Outside of work, Rebecca can be found attempting most sports including tennis and skiing and is looking forward to exploring more of the South Downs on her bike – though the hills may be quite a challenge compared to the flat of East Anglia!

  • Carmen Pengelly


  • Carmen Pengelly | BVSc MRCVS

    Carmen graduated from the University of Bristol in 2014 with degrees in Veterinary Science and Anatomy. She spent her first year as an intern with the Royal Veterinary College, working alongside Westpoint and teaching at the Welsh Regional Veterinary Centre in Carmathenshire. She then moved to New Zealand, where she worked as a dairy vet for large-scale conversions in Canterbury.

    After two years working in three countries, she has returned home to re-join Westpoint. She enjoys all aspects of farm work, but particularly dairy goats and grassland diary.

    Outside of work, Carmen is normally off exploring somewhere, planning her next adventure or partaking in some adrenaline-fuelled activity.


Support Staff

  • Amy Parsons

    Practice Adminstrator