COVID-19 Level Vet Services for Lifestyle Farms2 months

At alert level 2, we can provide a full range of veterinary services for your farm pets, so long as we take the following measures …Read More

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COVID-19 Level 2 Vet services for farmers2 months

At alert level 2, we can provide a full range of veterinary services, so long as we take the following measures to keep everyone safe. …Read More

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Level 3 veterinary update for lifestyle farmers2 months

At alert level 3, we can provide a full range of veterinary services to your farm pets, so long as your family and our team …Read More

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What does Level 3 mean to farmers? COVID-19 Update2 months

At alert level 3, we can provide a full range of veterinary services, so long as your workers and our team are kept safe, as …Read More

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COVID-19 Lifestyle Farm Update4 months

Vets are viewed as an essential service, so we continue to be here for you 24/7. If you need to see us, call your local …Read More

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Facial Eczema Warning5 months

Just a reminder to our local lifestylers that we are seeing spore counts start to rise as the warm, humid weather provides ideal growing conditions …Read More

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What is facial eczema?6 months

Facial eczema is a disease where liver damage means cattle become highly sensitive to sunlight and white areas of skin blister and peel resulting in …Read More

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Be ready for Flystrike7 months

This has been a very unpredictable spring, with thunderstorms, hail, scorching heat and freezing winds lashing the upper North Island. With all this moisture and …Read More

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Spring + warm conditions = worms9 months

Spring is finally here and with the warmth comes the worms! Unfortunately, our lifestyle block animals are infected by a variety of different worms. These …Read More

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WARNING! Wean your lambs/kids safely9 months

This is the time of year when we see a lot of bloated cases, around weaning, as people are feeding fewer feeds, of larger volumes. …Read More

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Caring for your goats11 months

As a dedicated Lifestyle Block vet, I can vouch for the fact that the number of goats kept as pets in the area, is on …Read More

Patrick the goat with laminitis

Patrick the goat with laminitis11 months

Watch for this stealthy, painful condition! Patrick has painful laminitis, a condition that goes drastically underdiagnosed in goats, but is rife amongst the pet-goat world. …Read More