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Sunita McGrath and Batman
Article
Batman Returns?
06 Jul 2021

When Vet Sunni's Yak went down with non-responsive Milk Fever-like signs, what

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calpro bolus
Article
Farmer Testimonial: Calpro Bolus
06 Jul 2021

Sharn Roskam, a local dairy farmer in Southland caught up with her KeyVet Femk

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welcalf logo
Article
How Are Your Calves Performing?
06 Jul 2021

The 2020 calving season saw 17 farms enrolled on the WelCalf program across th

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Cow and calf
Article
Assisted Calving at VetSouth: 2020 Stats
06 Jul 2021

With spring on our doorstep, we are looking back at last season’s assisted cal

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Cows at a fence
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Tech Talk: Calving Shed 101
06 Jul 2021

Senior Vet Tech Tiarna has a handy checklist for getting your calving sheds re

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Scabby mouth in sheep
Article
Scabby Mouth
10 Jun 2021

We normally see cases in late spring, but recently we saw a case in autumn.

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tailing lambs
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MPI Tailing Regulation Changes
10 Jun 2021

From 9 May 2021, new rules for tail-docking sheep come into effect.

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Cows on crop winter grazing
Article
Intensive Winter Grazing (IWG)
10 Jun 2021

Where are we now?

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cute lamb
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What to do with orphan lambs?
10 Jun 2021

What's cuter than lambs playing in grassy paddocks and their little tails (or lack of) wiggling when they have a drink from mum?

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Cute lamb in a coat
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Lambing kit checklist
10 Jun 2021

Before the chaos of lambing begins, now is a good time to stock up on the vital supplies you’ll need.

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Close up of a sheep
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How to get ewes ready for lambing?
10 Jun 2021

Lots of things need to be happening at this time of year to get our ewes ready for lambing.

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Beef cows with hills in the background
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M. bovis and Beef Herds
10 Jun 2021

Voluntary testing is rolling out for beef herds, we can roll that in to other routine testing, avoid unnecessary yarding and get ah

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