Bex Hayward BA VetMB MRCVS

Bex graduated from the University of Cambridge in July 2023, where her initial interests in farming (courtesy of her grandad) continued to develop. She enjoys parasitology, working closely with farmers towards common goals and the variety that farm work brings.

In her spare time, Bex can usually be found cooking, baking or crocheting for others- or in the swimming pool!

Sarah Kinton MA VetMB MRCVS

Sarah graduated from Cambridge Vet School in July 2021, where she enjoyed working on a wide range of farms. She particularly loves the joys of bringing new life into the world during lambing, despite the hard work!

She’s got a real passion for epidemiology and disease prevention, and is looking forward to working alongside farmers to create effective disease prevention strategies.

Sarah lives locally with her husband and enjoys running, reading and getting involved at church in her free time.

Katie Platts BSc BVetMed MRCVS

Growing up with a farming family in the West Country gave Katie a strong passion for farm work and after graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2016, Katie moved into mixed practice in Oxfordshire. In 2019 she moved to full time farm work with Towcester Farm Vets, with strong interests in bull fertility, youngstock and nutrition.

Katie has recently moved to South Northamptonshire with her boyfriend and cocker spaniel, Rolo. In her spare time, she enjoys watching the rugby and supporting the Exeter Chiefs!

Rebecca Hopper BA VetMB MRCVS

Beckie joined the team at Towcester Farm Vets in May 2024. Beckie qualified from Cambridge Vet School in 2022 and has spent 2 years working at a farm practice in Lancashire. She enjoys herd health discussions and pathology having spent an extra year at university studying infectious diseases.

Outside of work Beckie enjoys spending time walking and appreciates the time she gets to spend out in the country as a farm vet. Beckie has moved to Northamptonshire with her partner Adam, and they are looking forward to exploring the area together.

 

 

 

Nikki Prosser BVM&S MRCVS

Nikki worked in mixed practice in Worcestershire for 4 years after graduating from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh in 2009. Having enjoyed the challenge of treating all creatures great and small, she was keen to pursue her long held enthusiasm for farm practice further and joined Towcester Farm Vets in May 2013. Nikki has a keen interest in health planning and infectious diseases particularly the control of BVD and Johne’s in cattle herds.

Nikki lives with her husband Matt and together they spend most of their free time playing or watching rugby!

Katie Goodfellow BVSc MRCVS

Katie qualified from Bristol Vet School in 2004. After 7 years in farm practice in Wiltshire, she joined Towcester Farm Vets in 2011. Katie enjoys the varied nature of life as a farm vet, with special interests in surgery, AI and embryo transfer. She is happiest when kept busy with the wide range of challenges that farm practice has to offer.

Outside of work Katie lives with her husband Mark and two daughters, who know more than they probably should about farm vetting!

Rebecca Edwards BvetMed Bsc (Hons) CertAVP (Camelid Practice) MRCVS

Rebecca graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2009. Following two years focusing on farm animal and camelid work through internships, she joined the farm team at Towcester in 2011. Rebecca works with a wide range of farm species and appreciates the varied aims and interests of our clients; everything from much loved farm pets to high level production units. She is a keen member of the British Veterinary Camelid Society, and following over two years of further study, Rebecca now holds a qualification in Advanced Veterinary Practice for Camelids (CertAVP(CP)).This allows her to direct the camelid (alpaca and llama) work in practice. Rebecca particularly enjoys the challenge of finding new ways to provide the practice’s camelid patients the best treatment possible.

Gareth Keevill BVSc MRCVS

Gareth joined Towcester Veterinary Centre in 2000 after graduating from the University of Liverpool. He joined the partnership in 2009 and now heads up the farm department. He enjoys all aspects of his job, especially the interaction with farmers and being able to make a difference on the farm. He has a particular interest in herd and flock health planning and has a great interest in cattle fertility and mastitis. He is a registered plan user of the AHDB Mastitis Control Plan.

Gareth enjoys all sports and plays football regularly. He is a keen rugby fan and wishes he had been good enough to play for Wales. He lives in Towcester with his wife and two children.

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