A Partnership for Health
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This page contains links to a number of websites providing useful information for clients on a variety of farm and equine topics providing a handy resource of further information.
Click on the headings or the image to go to the relevant pages, which will open in a new window.
Our practice is a member of XLVets - a group of privately owned veterinary practices throughout the UK who work together to promote excellence in practice.
Click on the 2 links opposite to visit the farm and equine XL sites respectively for more information.
DairyCo is a not-for-profit organisation working on behalf of Britain's dairy farmers. Their remit is to solve and tackle issues not currently being dealt with sufficiently to meet the needs of the industry and to provide products and services to improve the sustainability of British dairy farming. They provide independent, evidence-based information to British dairy farmers.
Click on the logo for more information.
A link to our small animal division website. With information about our 'pet' practice the site also has useful information aimed at our small animal clients.
The site also contrains links to our PAWS Facebook page. Check it out !
BCVA is the British Cattle Veterinary Association.
Their website has a farmer information page.
No prizes for guessing..... but BEVA is the British Equine Veterinary Association.
Also like BCVA, their website has an information page for horse owners
Recently launched by MSD - one of the UK's veterinary vaccine and medication companies - this site is designed with the intention of keeping Britain's 1 million stabled horses as healthy as possible.
As part of 'Healthy Horse Week', running between September 21-28th, the following documents are available for download and via the following links.
You can view the site at http://www.healthyhorses.co.uk/horse-week
Farmskills provides practical, hands-on, small group training sessions to farmers in many areas to help improve your farm business.
More information is also provided on our Farmskills page.
Caring for your horses feet
Caring for your horses teeth
Getting the right nutrition
Infectious disease and vaccination
Taking on a new horse