T: 01666 823035

E: farm@georgevetgroup.co.uk

We have a wide range of experience in caring for the variety of sheep enterprises in the South West. We conduct individual flock health meetings throughout the year to ensure that best practice is in place before the tupping and lambing seasons, as well as offering advice on growing lamb care, based around disease control and other health issues.  All the usual health care essentials are also catered for in respect to worming, vaccination policies and fire-brigade work.

We have a new Sheep Discussion Group aimed at larger flocks, to encourage a more pro-active approach to health planning.  If you would like to attend or receive more details of upcoming meetings please contact the office on 01666 823035.

Download our SHEEP WORMING PLANNER - Use it as a guide and call us if you have any questions. 

Download our FLOCK PERFORMANCE INDICATOR DATA CAPTURE FORM 

We also offer a LAMBING COURSE

Organic production

We are aware of the different challenges facing our organic clients, and are experienced in working within the organic regulations. Our focus on preventative medicine ties in closely with the organic principles, and it is an approach we encourage on all farms, organic and conventional.

Cathy Morris has many years experience in homeopathy and is able to advise and dispense suitable remedies.

Newsletters

Summer 2018 - Ewe Mastitis

Spring 2018 - Lambing survival plan

 

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Latest News

Hygiene in the heat - The Farm Vets newsletter

03-07-2018 - Kat Hart BVSc BSc Cert AVP(Cattle) MRCVS

As the weather looks to be staying hot for a few more weeks yet, now is the time to get on top of hygiene....

Ewe Mastitis

07-06-2018 -

Mastitis in ewes can be a significant cost to a flock, both economically and in terms of animal welfare. ...

Avoiding heat stress - Farm Vets newsletter

07-06-2018 - Sarah Metcalfe BVetMed(Hons) MRCVS

The weather has been really hotting up lately, which is good news for getting your silage in, but not such good news for your cows, particularly in dairy herds. ...

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