Towcester Veterinary Centre started life as a farm practice. It’s a tradition we are proud to continue today.
We work across Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and beyond. Our clients include commercial farmers whose livelihoods depend on their animals. They also include smallholders with diverse needs. Whoever the client, we provide a service that is friendly, professional and expert. Take a tour of our farm animal department and find out what we have to offer.
Our farm animal department has four experienced farm animal vets and a full support team. Meet the farm animal veterinary team.
All our farm vets are registered local veterinary inspectors (LVIs) able to perform TB testing for routine herd, short interval and pre-movement testing, as well as anthrax and abortion enquiries.
We certify a full range of species for export. For more information on this please contact the surgery.
Towcester Veterinary Centre regularly holds farm meetings on a number of topics, providing our clients the opportunity to keep up-to-date with the latest advice on health and welfare, productivity, disease control and much more. These events also allow time for questions and discussion about the topics discussed and often involve good food and drink and a chat! To join our mailing list to find out about upcoming events, please contact us.
NADIS was formed in 1995 to promote animal health and welfare through better disease control and prevention. NADIS publishes a monthly Parasite Forecast for farmers and livestock keepers, based on detailed Met office data. The Parasite Forecast outlines the parasitic challenge facing cattle and sheep in the different regions of the UK. The Parasite Forecast is used to promote SCOPS/COWS recommendations in a seasonal context and underlines the importance of parasite control being part of a veterinary health plan. Visit the NADIS website.
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The BVDFree England scheme reached a significant milestone this week, with 1,000 herds now registered12:05 pm
Camelid owners and breeders are invited to attend our next Camelid Blood Drive on Wednesday8:44 am