Farm Animals

Totally Vets has the capacity to care for many different species of animals. Within our team of more than 25 vets, you will find those that are dedicated to servicing production animals, ensuring that you get the best vet for the job. 

This area of the website is dedicated to farming personnel. It contains information that has been written or selected by our large animal vets to help you care for and increase the productivity of your farm animals.

Totally Vets continually adds new articles and updates existing ones to provide you with a free and comprehensive information resource.

 

Looking ahead

Potential animal health issues, tasks to consider and reminders. Read more

 

Vetnotes

A monthly publication about the production animals on your farm.

Totally Vets sends a printed newsletter free of charge to all our  large animal clients. We also produce an email version of this newsletter that is available to the general public.

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Latest Farm Animal Articles

  • Colostrum – the key to good calf rearing

    Farm Animals

    Many dairy farmers understand the importance of feeding colostrum to their calves in the first few hours of life.   Each calf is born

  • Updated calf regulations

    Farm Animals

    Over the last few years there has been updates in the animal welfare regulations particularly regarding calves. These were developed to strengthen

  • Iodine deficiency in sheep

    Farm Animals

    Iodine-dependent hormones produced by the thyroid gland are essential for growth and development of the foetus, and crucial for the survival of the

  • Caring for cows with facial eczema at calving

    Farm Animals

    My cows weren’t affected by facial eczema Often you won’t know how badly affected your cows were by facial eczema (FE) until calving

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