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Promoting positivity, learning and well-being in veterinary and agriculture

Vet Space Ireland will discuss "all the weird, wonderful and sometimes bizarre antics that go on in veterinary life and on the farm".

‘I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33’ – vet

A campaign has been launched, urging men and women across the veterinary profession to check themselves regularly for signs of breast cancer. Vet Your Breasts...

Rathnashan Simmentals selects elite young stock for first online sale

The renowned Rathnashan Simmental herd will hold its first online sale of elite females and young bulls next month. Thirteen entries (eleven heifers and two...

Graphic Content: Cavan vet delivers calf with ‘two heads fused into one body’

Cavan-based vet, Gerard McGovern, delivers a calf with 'two heads fused into one body'. He took to his popular Instagram account to explain more.

VIDEO: Calf scour: How to wipe out a costly problem

Calf scour remains prevalent in UK herds causing significant long-term productivity and animal welfare problems.  Provita Animal Health’s consultant vet, Dr Tom Barragry, discusses...

10-year animal ban for farmer who failed to provide ‘adequate care’ to calf with infected ear

A 74-year-old farmer has been banned from keeping animals for ten years following a court appearance. Most of Arthur Jasper’s animals were found in “unacceptable”...

Keeping the calf housing environment healthy

The environmental needs of a calf are fairly simple: physical comfort, good hygiene and reasonable shelter writes Martin Mulholland, Senior Dairying Technologist at the...

Suckling or calf-to-beef – what system is more profitable?

Tom Coll, Teagasc drystock advisor, poses the question 'suckling or calf-to-beef, which system is more profitable?'. When comparing calf-to-beef and suckling-to-beef systems it is true...

VIDEO: 2 robots ticking all the boxes for vet student and family

VIDEO: 2 robots ticking all the boxes for vet student and family

‘I am so excited to get out and get practicing as a vet’

22-year-old Leah McDermott, Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland, who hails from an equine background, studies veterinary medicine at the University of Surrey.
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