Keep up to date with our Wensum Valley farm newsletters
Sustainability is important to the whole team at Wensum Valley Vets and we know that it is important to our clients to!
Read our November 2023 Newsletter
Dictyocaulus viviparus is the cause of lungworm in cattle, it is a worm with a complex lifecycle meaning that outbreaks can be unpredictable.
Read our October 2023 Newsletter
In the next few months, many shepherds will be thinking about the ‘tupping’ season – i.e., releasing a fertile male amongst a flock of female ewes/gimmers.
Read our September 2023 Newsletter
Red Water Fever (Babesiosis)
This is a disease that you might want to make yourselves aware of due to two confirmed outbreaks amongst our clients, in North Norfolk in the last month.
Read our August 2023 Newsletter
Blow Fly Strike
Fly Strike (cutaneous myiasis) is a condition resulting from infestation of the larvae of Greenbottle, Blackbottle and Bluebottle flies.
Read our June 2023 Newsletter
Read more about Pelvic Measurements in cattle here.
Read our April 2023 Newsletter
Neosporosis is caused by the protozoa, Neospora caninum, and causes abortion in sheep, cattle and dogs.
Read our March 2023 Newsletter
Alpaca and Llama Newsletter
Our guide to caring for your camelids including routine healthcare, dentistry and handling.
Read our Alpaca and Llama Newsletter
A guide to preventing subclinical hypocalcaemia through diet manipulation
Read our February 2023 Newsletter
Care of the Sick Calf
Good health, especially in the first 8 weeks of life, sets your calves up for a productive life and increases survival rates long term.
Read our January 2023 Newsletter
A Normal Lambing
The process of delivering a lamb can be split into 3 stages......
Read our December 2022 Newsletter
Disbudding is the process of preventing horn growth in cattle by the application of a hot iron (or caustic paste) to the horn bud to destroy the horn producing cells.
Read our November 2022 Newsletter
Copper is an essential element to many body systems with key roles in reproduction, immunity and growth.
Read our September 2022 Newsletter
We are frequently asked about casualty slaughter of livestock and how farmers should go about this.
Read our August 2022 Newsletter
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