Demonstrating how to make a halter to maintain social distancing on farm

Westpoint Chelmsford vet Ami Sawran has kindly put this video together demonstrating how to make a makeshift halter for ...
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An update on the precautions we’re taking during the Coronavirus outbreak

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Due to our stock deliveries being disrupted we must advise that medicines orders will take longer than usual. ...
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Maintaining veterinary service during the Coronavirus outbreak

We would like to reassure all of our clients that we remain committed to providing a full veterinary service. However, due to ...
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Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR)

IBR is a disease that is often mentioned in passing but not often in much detail, here is a short ...
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Dairy Vet of the Year at the Cream Awards!

Sarah Tomlinson, veterinary surgeon at Westpoint Farm Vets in Derbyshire and Technical Director of the TB Advisory Service (TBAS), ...
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The 4 Pā€™s of Lambing: Preparation, Planning, Prevention, Performance.

Lambing season is one of the busiest times of year for any sheep farmer, but it can quickly become overwhelming ...
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Getting the environment right ā€“ managing youngstock during the winter

The winter period presents several challenges for calf rearing and most issues that we see as vets can be traced ...
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Avian influenza identified in Suffolk

Low pathogenic avian flu of the H5 strain was confirmed at a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk on Tuesday ...
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The advantages of post-mortem examination

The health status of a farm is very important for economic and welfare reasons. By knowing the issues of your ...
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Beef Parasites

The presence of lung worm, gastrointestinal round worm and liver fluke are the leading cause of production losses for the ...
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