Livestock Clubs

Udder Club

Udder club is our dairy club aimed to provide farmers with information and training on health and welfare relating to dairy cattle and how this may affect their production. Topics include; mastitis, somatic cell counts, milk quality, fertility, lameness and vaccination.
Regular meetings are run to keep our clients up to date on the latest.

Beef Buddies

Our beef club was set up to provide our beef clients with specific information for their herd and what may be done to improve their herd. Such topics are; heifer selection, nutrition, growth rates and fertility (see fertility testing service).
Within our ‘beef buddies’ group we aim to organise regular meetings to keep our farmers up to date on the latest news.

Flock Friends

Flock friends is our sheep club which includes a variety of benefits. Become a member for a small monthly fee and this includes;

  • Annual flock health plan
  • Lameness control plan by our practice lameness expert
  • Two routine visits
  • Discount on lambing
  • Faecal egg count testing
  • Three educational workshops on seasonal topics
  • Discounted extras throughout the year (detailed at each meeting)

Other services are also available for our sheep clients, including parasite management and metabolic disease monitoring.
SCOPS (Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep) is an excellent resource for our vets and farmers when managing parasites within their flock.

Young’un

Young stock management; working with you to manage your calves, to reduce your losses and improve profitability. Aspects covered include; colostrum, environment disease and parasites.

  • Involves routine visits
  • Farm Walk
  • Pneumonia pathogen identification
  • Scour pathogen identification
  • Follow up visits
  • Meetings

Give us a call if you wish to know more about our youngstock group and how this may benefit you and your farm.

Fleeces, Feathers And Friends (Smallholders)

Our smallholders club is aimed at those with goats, small numbers of sheep and pigs, alpacas, llamas and gamebirds as numbers of small holders in the UK is growing. We hope to bring smallholders together and keep you up to date with the latest news and developments in smallholder health and welfare.