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Herd health

We make your herd’s health our priority, and provide proactive veterinary care for beef and dairy cattle.

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Flock health

We have the knowledge and experience to help you improve your flock’s health and performance.

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Gamebird Health

A range of veterinary services are now available for game bird keepers.

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Welcome to Farm Veterinary Solutions

At FVS, we take a proactive approach to help you ensure the good health and performance of your dairy and beef cattle, sheep flocks and gamebirds.

Disease prevention is always the goal: it helps ensure animals can reach their performance potential, and is in the best interests of animal welfare. It’s also the best strategy for keeping medicine bills low!

We are happy to share our knowledge with you on-farm, and regularly hold technical meetings on topics such as foot-trimming, mastitis control and youngstock rearing. We can also provide practical training courses for you and your staff, on topics such as veterinary emergency treatments.

As a member of XLVets, we are part of a community of over 50 independently-owned and progressive practices. This gives us the opportunity to gain from the knowledge and skills in other vet practices and ensure we deliver high standards of veterinary care. And our farm clients benefit directly from competitive medicine costs.

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Latest News

New: Game bird veterinary services

New for the 2016 rearing seasons we are offering a range of services for game bird flocks. These include telephone advice, and site visits to the rearing pens and shoot area. We can also carry out in-house post mortems and diagnosis.

For more details and to register your shoot/birds please speak to Max Hardy at the Melton branch on 01664 567481.

TB Update: more stringent rules

From April 2016, more stringent rules are being introduced to help reduce the risk of TB spread into our area. They are as follows:


FVS Newsletters

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Featured in this newsletter are: Bovine Ischaemic Teat Necrosis, the benefits of using Fever Tags, changes in Farm Tractor Assurance standards, and how to keep control of lameness in sheep flocks. There's also an insight into what vet Mike Thorne has been doing in Africa.


Livestock Matters

Autumn 2017

Click below for the latest edition of Livestock Matters


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