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Christmas Opening Hours 2020

With Christmas fast approaching, please see below our practice opening hours for the festive period Christmas Eve – Open 08:30am until 12:30pmChristmas Day – CLOSEDMonday 28th December – CLOSEDTuesday 29th December – Open – normal hoursWednesday 30th December – Open – normal hoursNew Year’s Eve – Open 08:30am until 12:30pmNew Year’s Day – CLOSEDMonday 4th […]

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Feeding and Housing Calves in Winter

Johanna Marsden BVSc MRCVS, Molecare Farm Vets As the temperatures really begin to drop and the cold winter months set in, it’s important to review the set up you have for your calves to ensure that they are best equipped to deal with the changes in weather through the coming weeks and months. Pre-weaned calves […]

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COVID-19 Update – November Lockdown

In light of the new lockdown measures that have come into place in England from 4th November – 2nd December, we want to reassure you that your Molecare team are on hand, and as essential workers, will be working throughout this period. Our COVID-19 safety measures will still apply at all times, and we thank […]

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How to improve the performance of dairy calves

Johanna Marsden BVSc MRCVS, Molecare Farm Vets Calves are an important investment for the future, giving them the best start in life will see better returns in milk production, health status and fertility. Improving their performance is a multifactorial approach from the dam’s condition and health status to the calf’s colostrum management, housing and nutrition. […]

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Combatting Coccidiosis in Calves

Charlotte Reid BSc BVSc MRCVS Coccidiosis is a parasite that many farmers will have come across during their time, and can cause considerable issues when it gets into youngstock. Coccidiosis is a costly disease for both Beef and Dairy systems, and appropriate management, diagnosis and treatment is vital to prevent significant economic losses and to […]

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Molecare Vet Diary

Katie Scotter BA VetMB MRCVS November 2020 This month the Molecare team has expanded as we have welcomed Alice Coppin-Harris to our team of Veterinary Surgeons, and Hannah Palfrey as our new Data Recorder. Whilst Alice has come on board as a veterinary surgeon and will be working alongside the rest of the team to […]

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Molecare Vet Diary

Johanna Marsden BSc BVSc MRCVS October 2020 It has been a busy few months as we have all navigated through the challenges that coronavirus has thrown our way. As a practice we want to thank all of our clients for their support, patience and understanding as we continue to follow strict social distancing protocols as […]

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Molecare Vet Diary

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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Molecare Vet Diary

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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