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We operate a staffed farm animal pharmacy based at Malmesbury, from where all medication is dispensed. We keep a ready supply of all commonly used products, and a daily delivery service means we can have anything in stock within 24 hours.
Pharmacy opening hours are 8.30am - 5pm, Monday to Friday, with drugs available for collection until 7pm from our Hospital reception. Easy parking is available on the High Street or in the Cross Hayes car park. On Saturdays the pharmacy is open from 8.30am -12noon. Outside these hours we operate a secure collection box for medicines required urgently.
We make a daily delivery of pre-ordered drugs to other collection points in Royal Wootton Bassett, Tetbury, Pewsey, Wotton-under-Edge, Yate, Bradley Stoke,Thornbury and Staple Hill (Bristol). Please place your order through our Office in Malmesbury for all locations.
If your requirement is not urgent then we offer a TEXT MESSAGING system for ordering drugs. Note: Manned 8am - 5pm (Monday - Friday) offering flexibility and additional convenience for medicine ordering.
1) Farm name 2) Farm address 3) Medicines required - including precise name and quantity required (eg whether 50ml or 100ml, number of doses for vaccines, single box or herd pack for dry cow therapy) 4) Your preferred collection point or if to come with the vet on the next farm visit.
Clients benefit from a fully equipped laboratory, set up for a wide variety of diagnostic techniques. Milk samples are tested for clinical or subclinical mastitis bacteria, with preliminary results available within 24 hours. Results are interpreted by our experienced cattle vets to give advice on the best treatment protocols for individual animals.
We also have a somatic cell count machine that allows rapid turnaround for bulk tank results or individual cow/quarter samples. Blood tests (including full biochemistry profiles), faecal samples for worm egg and coccidial counts, and milk progesterone pregnancy tests are among some of the many other tests we can carry out in-house.
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