Farm Vet Services News

News from Delaware Vets in Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire

Join us at the Yeovil Show – 15-16th July

We are proud to be sponsoring the Yeovil Show this weekend and would love to see you there! We have some exciting special offers that are only available during the show, and will have some goodies available too! The show – which was founded 150 years ago – boasts a...

#CALFMATTERS Challenge

Owain Jenkins, one of the Farm Animal Vets, is taking part in the #CALFMATTERS Challenge. The challenge is to walk 10,000 steps a day for 20 weeks. The hope is to raise awareness (and some money) of a fantastic charity called Farm Africa. Our colleagues at Merial...

Delaware Farm Newsletter – Autumn 2016

As the summer draws to a close and we move into autumn, we are preparing for The Dairy Show at the Bath & West Showground, where we will be promoting BVD Free England and demonstrating a new phone app that will help with on farm data collection. Also in this...

Delaware Farm Newsletter – Summer 2016

As summer finally arrives we consider the re-emergence of Bluetongue, and the importance of vaccination; in this newsletter we explain the BVD Free Scheme, and keep you up-to-date with changes in the Farm Animal team (including a baby, a wedding and a new vet). [gview...

Dry Cow Discussion with Delaware Farm Vets

Farmers get the facts on Dry Cow at our latest discussion group Our Discussion Group meeting on the 2nd March covering Dry Cow Transition was very popular with our farmers, so thank you to everyone that attended. Hefin Richards from Profeed Nutrition covered some...

Winter 2016 – Farm Newsletter

Take a look at our recent newsletter discussing recent happenings and future plans for Delaware. Read about our Dairy Co. discussion groups, the 2015 Dairy show, Calf scouring, Staff changes and more... [gview...

Herd Protection – Protect your herd from TB

Herd protection: 5 useful tips Protecting your herd against Bovine TB can be a straight forward procedure that will protect your cows and help you sleep at night. Follow these simple herd protection rules for a TB free herd. 5 actions for basic protection Restrict...

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