What We Do

At Friars Moor Vets we are building expertise with our small ruminant dairy farmers, developing health programs and collaborating with these farmers to form a partnership to improve all aspects of Dairy Sheep and Dairy Goat medicine and production.

We organise the Dairy Sheep and Goat Conference.

We work with a large number of dairy sheep and goat farms. We have in-house expertise on dairy sheep medicine, dairy sheep production medicine and dairy goat medicine, and offer advice and consultancy services to vets and to dairy sheep and goat farmers through their vets.

We also offer full routine and emergency cover for many flocks/herds as well as direct consultancy services on the following areas:

  • Metabolic profiling
  • Nutritional advice
  • Lamb and kid rearing including colostrum management
  • Ram fertility including pre-breeding screens and semen testing
  • Ewe and Nanny fertility including synchronisation protocols
  • Milk quality assurance
  • Disease monitoring and vaccination protocols
  • Bespoke herd/flock plans
  • Consultancy services to vets and farmers on all aspects of small ruminant health
  • Lab services

We have a Johneโ€™s disease monitoring package and can advise on control methods.

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Annual Conference and Events


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    Great set up, good location and great content.
    Craig JonesAbergavenny CreameryConference 2018


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    #SheepFarmers & #SheepVets, this #EasterWeekend take a look at our latest focus article in @Vet_Record about tickborne diseases of #Sheep https://veterinaryrecord.bmj.com/content/186/13/408.full?ijkey=zfA3mHnyqYvLA&keytype=ref&siteid=bmjjournals #Lambs #Lambing

    It is with regret that given the current Coronavirus pandemic, GVS has decided to postpone our summer meeting. We very much hope you all stay safe and well. We hope to be able to rearrange our meeting for later in the year. Look after yourselves and each other. Your GVS committee

    Still time to apply for SVS research #grant and the chance to receive up to ยฃ4k to fund novel, applied & evidence-based science for promoting the prevention of disease and the welfare of sheep. Deadline 31 Mar 2020 @sheepvetnet @BritishVets See https://sheepvetsoc.org.uk #sheep

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