Services > Sheep, Beef & Deer Vets
We have a highly specialised focus on sheep, beef and deer veterinary care and management advice. We aim to provide clients with a preventative medicine approach to their production system in order to improve efficiency and exceed their production goals. For example, we offer BVD consultation and control plans and body condition scoring or training.
We can help with creating annual animal health plans tailored for your farm system and provide routine services, including:
- Bull & ram semen evaluation
- Ram breeding soundness examination
- Vasectomy surgery (teasers)
- Cow pregnancy scanning (including early aging)
- Deer velveting & TB testing
- Trace element monitoring
- Faecal egg count monitoring and reduction testing
Kate Southey is our dedicated retail sales representative offering advice and information on a wide range of retail products including, drench, vaccines and trace element supplements. Stop in for a visit or schedule for an on-farm consultation to determine what products will benefit your farm system.
We also provide comprehensive veterinary care and advice in the event of "things gone wrong", including, ill thrift, sudden death, and abortion investigation. Our veterinary team is highly skilled in a wide range of procedures and services in order to best provide comprehensive service to our clients.
Preventing Bloat In Pet Lambs: This is one of the most common problems we are asked about each year when people are hand rearing lambs. It is caused by gas producing bacteria in the abomasum (fourth stomach) and commonly kills lam...
Deer Velvetting Season: The velvetting season is due to kick off very soon and for those farmers qualified to velvet their own herds, it is a timely reminder to organise a supervisory vet visit for the supply of velvetting...
Autumn Ill-Thrift in Cattle.: Many farmers experience lower growth rates than expected in their R1 or R2 cattle in autumn. Typically these cattle have been growing well and then slow or even stop growing for three to eight weeks. Th...