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Molecare Farm Vets Launch New Calf Vaccine Programme

Preventative care to combat respiratory disease. The newly launched Molecare Calf Vaccine Programme can help to reduce the risk of disease through bespoke vaccination protocols and monitoring services, ensuring the risk of disease on your farm is carefully managed and controlled at source. Our Calf Vaccine Programme includes: Initial on farm assessment of calf housing […]

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Sylvaine Lacrosse BVetMed MRCVS September 2020 Disease warning As the current weather is very favourable to ticks, it is worth highlighting the risk of ticks coming into contact with your cattle and introducing ‘Redwater’ disease. This disease, which is transmitted to livestock via ticks and caused by the parasite Babesia divergens can be life threatening. […]

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COVID UPDATE – 14th August

Face coverings now required for clients visiting our practice base Following recent legal changes the Government have extended the requirement of wearing face coverings to all indoor settings where you come into contact with people you don’t regularly meet, and therefore veterinary practices have now been included for this mandatory requirement. It has now become […]

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Lorna Pillar BVM BVS MRCVS August 2020 With the warm weather picking up for Summer our team at Molecare have been helping clients to best manage the worm burdens in their lambs. Each year brings new challenges when it comes to worm control and we are always on hand to help our clients to find […]

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New product trials in practice

Have you heard of AHV International? Over the past couple of months we have begun trials of a new nutraceutical product range with some of our clients. Our initial in-practice trials are on high cell count cows and are going really well. The results that our vets have been seeing so far are really positive, […]

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Christmas and New Year Opening Times 2019

Our Christmas opening times for Head Office and Dispensary: Christmas Eve: Open 8.30am until 12.30pm Christmas Day: Closed Boxing Day: Closed Friday 27th: Open 8.30am until 5.00pm Monday 30th: Open 8.30am until 5.00pm New Year’s Eve: Open 8.30am until 12.30pm New Year’s Day: Closed Thursday 2nd January: Open as normal An out of hours emergency […]

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Are you aware?

Stephanie Patel BVetMed MRCVS, Molecare Veterinary Services Earlier this month, several vets from our practice attended a meeting on the well-being of the Devon farmer, co-ordinated by the #RU Well Aware? campaign. This was attended by different agri-professionals from bankers to machinery sales people. The aim of this meeting was to raise awareness of the […]

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Check out our Summer Newsletter!

Hello everyone! We hope you are all coping well with the hot summer weather that we’ve had recently. We have been busy putting together our Spring/Summer edition of our newsletter for you all to have a read through. In this edition, you will find a variety of articles: Dairy wisdom in uncertain times, by Nick […]

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TB Tester Vacancy

Molecare Farm Vets are looking for a TB Tester to join and further support our expanding and experienced team of 11 vets. Set in rural Devon, this role offers the opportunity to train and further develop alongside our experienced TB testers and clinical vets, covering Mid and South Devon. We are keen the entire team […]

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Managing Joint Disease

Eleanor Storey BSc (Hons) BVM&S MRCVS, St David’s Equine Practice Degenerative joint disease (DJD), also otherwise known as osteoarthritis, is the single most common cause of lameness in horses. Typically DJD is associated with the older horse or pony, however is also very common in the younger performance horse. What is a normal joint? A […]

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