Endell Farm Vets Events

Upcoming Events

Responsible Use of Medicines Course

Wednesday 13 February, 1pm
Please contact us to register your interest.

This online course covers the core information needed for Red Tractor assurance on the practicalities of using and storing veterinary medicines appropriately.

Cost £25 including VAT

Places on our courses are limited; please contact the practice on 01722 333291 to book your place, register your interest or if you would like to discuss a specific or tailor-made training course for your farm.

Online Webinars

Backyard Pigs

Whether you are considering adding pigs to your holding or they are already an integral part, check out our short video about pig husbandry and healthcare to help expand, update, or refresh your knowledge.

Poor growth in Lambs

Do you know if your lambs are meeting target growth rates throughout the grazing season? This webinar discusses target growth rates, causes of poor growth and what you can do to ensure they thrive for the rest of this year and in preparation for next year. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions/comments or future topics you would like to be covered.

Block Calving – To Estrumate or CIDR?

Six-week in-calf rate is an important marker of reproductive performance in seasonal calving dairy herds. During autumn 2019, George undertook a research project, comparing the usefulness of CIDRs for treatment of cows that had not been showing signs of heat before the beginning of the breeding season. In this presentation George discusses his results and the take-home messages from this project.

Bovine Respiratory Disease Prevention

Further to the unfortunate postponement of our meeting on Bovine Respiratory Disease that was to have been held earlier this year, Dr Ailsa Milnes from Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health has kindly provided us with a short narrated presentation summarising her talk with a focus on effective BRD prevention and management.

Colostrum Management in Beef Calves

Much less is known about failure of passive transfer (FPT) in beef calves than dairy calves, but the importance of colostrum is undeniable regardless of the system. Attention must be given to ensuring suckler beef calves get enough colostrum and the main areas of colostrum management (Quantity, Quality, Quickly) can still be controlled on suckler farms.

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