Farm Animal Department

Our goal is to optimise animal health for improved farm profitability and job satisfaction

Our goal at Cambridge Vets is to assist our clients to maximise profit through optimal animal health.
For both commercial farms and lifestyle blocks we can help with health plans, routine jobs and emergencies.
We offer value through our experienced team with extensive knowledge in all areas of production animal medicine.

The dedicated Farm Animal team consists of six production animal vets.
We utilize up-to-date information, technology and equipment for the care of your animals and herds.

Calf Dehorning

New Welfare Regulations
The new dehorning welfare regulations come into effect this year (MONTH).

Calf Colostrum

We saw quite a few outbreaks of severe diarrhea in mobs of calves last year.

Mastitis

Spring is the time when most herds get challenged by mastitis cases and cell count spikes

M Bovis Update

Mycoplasma Bovis is mostly spread through movement of animals and infected milk fed to calves; ………………….

Spring is Here

Spring is truly upon us now, and mating is just around the corner.
Here are some reminders and tips:

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Cambridge Vets Farm Services

Do you know this cat???Are you missing a furry friend?

We have a lovely female cat who has been hanging around the neighbourhood off Kelly Road.

She does have a slick on the back of her neck meaning she likely had some flea treatment applied recently, and she has a microchip, but unfortunately not registered with the National Database or any of the clinics in Cambridge.

If you think she looks familiar, please get in touch with us at Cambridge Vets! 07 827 7099.

Please also share the story for us to help find this little girls home!
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It's that time of year, kidding will soon be here!
Please remember to disbud your new goat babies within the first 14 days of life.
To book in a time, please call us at the clinic (07) 827 7099
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Its that time of year, kidding will soon be here!
Please remember to disbud your new goat babies within the first 14 days of life.
To book in a time, please call us at the clinic (07) 827 7099

Cambridge Veterinary Club - Notice of Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Club will be held on Friday 19th July 2019. Held at the Cambridge Vet building, corner of Alpha and Empire street, Cambridge.
The meeting will commence at 11am. All members welcome.
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SPRING SEMINAR 2019

We will be hosting our annual Spring Seminar on
Wednesday 3rd July from 10am to 2pm in our clinic. This is a great opportunity to train new members of staff or to have a refresher course and share some of your own experiences. Free to members, lunch provided. Please book a place on 8277099.

Topics we will cover include:

Calving
Metabolics
Calf Rearing and Health
Mastitis
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5 Experienced Farm Animal Veterinarians

24/7 emergency care

 

Excellent Knowledge of Farm Animals

 

FARM SERVICES

Farm Services

 

Farm Animal Information

 

Cattle

 

Alpacas

 

Sheep/Goats

 

Lifestyle Blocks

 

Deer

 

Chickens

 

Meet Our Farm Vets

Bill Hancock

Bill Hancock

 
Chris Crickett

Chris Crickett

 
Peter Briston

Peter Briston

 
Cecilia van Velsen

Cecilia van Velsen

 
Julie Hetherington

Julie Hetherington

 
Kelvin Scown

Kelvin Scown

Product Manager