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 five production animal vets.
We utilize up-to-date information, technology and equipment for the care of your animals and herds.

Cattle

Alpacas

Sheep/Goats

Lifestyle Blocks

Deer

Chickens

5 Experienced Farm Animal Veterinarians

 

24/7 emergency care

 

Excellent Knowledge of Farm Animals

 

FARM SERVICES

Farm Services

Farm Animal Information

 

 

In July Vet Advisor:

  • Spring Overview
  • Disbudding Goats
  • Broken Shoulders in Heifers
  • Neosporosis in Bulls
  • Golf Day Photos
  • Spring Check List
  • Clinic Gossip

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OptiGuard is now available at Cambridge Vets. ... See MoreSee Less

OptiGuard is now available at Cambridge Vets.

SPRING SEMINAR 07 JULY 21 - BOOK NOW!

Calving is nigh...Our annual Spring Seminar will be held at the clinic, July 7th commencing at 10am. Lunch will be provided and the seminar is free to all our members. There are limited spaces available so please call the clinic to register a spot.
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SPRING SEMINAR 07 JULY 21 - BOOK NOW!

Calving is nigh...Our annual Spring Seminar will be held at the clinic, July 7th commencing at 10am.  Lunch will be provided and the seminar is free to all our members.  There are limited spaces available so please call the clinic to register a spot.

Nitrate alert! We have seen some very high nitrate levels in new grass with the cloudy weather. To avoid the horror of nitrate poisoning, we recommend getting the levels checked before grazing lush, new grass. Medium levels can be managed, but grazing high ones should be avoided and monitored till safe. ... See MoreSee Less

Nitrate alert! We have seen some very high nitrate levels in new grass with the cloudy weather. To avoid the horror of nitrate poisoning, we recommend getting the levels checked before grazing lush, new grass. Medium levels can be managed, but grazing high ones should be avoided and monitored till safe.

It was the perfect weather for our Annual Golf Day - first fine one for 10 years ☀️
Some of the teams really got into the spirit of the day with their costumes - The Braveheart Clan triumphed on the day, taking home the Alan Bremner Memorial Trophy (not sure what they had under their kilts?)

A big thanks to Kelvin for organising the whole day. Not forgetting all of his helpers and those who came along and made this such an enjoyable day. See you in 2022! ⛳️😁🐮
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It was the perfect weather for our Annual Golf Day - first fine one for 10 years ☀️
Some of the teams really got into the spirit of the day with their costumes - The Braveheart Clan triumphed on the day, taking home  the Alan Bremner Memorial Trophy (not sure what they had under their kilts?)

A big thanks to Kelvin for organising the whole day.  Not forgetting all of his helpers and those who came along and made this such an enjoyable day. See you in 2022! ⛳️😁🐮
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Meet Our Farm Vets

Bill Hancock

Bill Hancock

 
Peter Briston

Peter Briston

 
Cecilia van Velsen

Cecilia van Velsen

 
Julie Hetherington

Julie Hetherington

 
Ben Rooney

Ben Rooney

Kelvin Scown

Kelvin Scown

Product Manager