B+LNZ Wormwise Workshops

   B+LNZ Wormwise Workshops – Hawkes Bay 2022 Sheep and Cattle Parasite resistance is the number one animal health issue facing farms across New Zealand. B+LNZ Wormwise Workshops provide the latest information and research on internal parasite control and outline how an integrated pest management system can help farm sheep and beef cattle into the…

World Veterinary Day.

Join us in celebrating our incredible team and their mahi for our community and animals. Saturday 30 April is World Veterinary Day 2022 – a special day created by the World Veterinary Association to celebrate the veterinary profession and to promote the amazing work that veterinarians do. To our superhero veterinarians – thank you! You…

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Bulls – Keep your eyes peeled!

With our scanning equipment all but back on the shelf for another season we’ve had a little time recently to reflect on another year of cattle pregnancy results and follow up on some of the more disappointing outcomes. Whilst there are potentially many factors involved in a poor scanning result, bull failure is undeniably one…

Covid-19: Vaccine passes

4 April, 2022 As of 11.59pm tonight My Vaccine Pass – brought in as part of the Government’s Covid-19 protection framework – will no longer be required for clients entering our consult rooms. We kindly ask that masks are still worn at all times while visiting our clinic and that ONE adult accompanies your animals…

Sheep scanning 2022

BOOKING FORM AT BOTTOM OF PAGE Last year we were surprised by our results due to the condition of our ewes. Scanning last year many people were surprised by the performance of their flock considering the condition the ewes were in at the time of scanning. On the back of the drought many ewe flocks…

Level 2 information

We are looking forward to moving to Alert Level 2 tomorrow and returning to a ‘near-normal’ service. We will continue to be vigilant with social distancing and good hygiene to ensure we continue to keep our staff and communities safe. The last few weeks have been a challenge for everyone and we sincerely thank you…