August 2018

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Summer has certainly been better than last year with the problem being the quantity of grass conserved rather than quality. The welcome rain has made everywhere look a bit greener—it was starting to look a bit like the Mediterranean in some places.  The culture results from the TB suspect mentioned in the last newsletter have […]

February 2018

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As we head into early spring the news is that after 18 months Jack Porteous is heading to the highest market town in England, having been tempted back to his home practice.  We have a replacement coming to help us through March and hope to get further help for the remainder of the spring.  TB […]

Newsletters June 2016

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I hope you are all enjoying the warm spring weather after the trials of one of the wettest winters on record.  With silage being made in earnest we hope there will be enough good quality forage to see everyone through next winter.  With most cattle now turned out, we are finding our workload is easing […]

Newsletter February 2014

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Ding dong the church bells chime! Practice news this month is the engagement over Christmas of Emma Sunderland to David Hatton, and also of Hugo Bower to Gemma Morris. Emma and David have set a date to get married in November, whilst Hugo and Gemma have yet to decide when the big day will be. […]

Newsletter February 2013

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Our first newsletter of 2013 gives us an opportunity to inform you all of the extension of the business following the decision of Churchwalk Veterinary Centre to cease all farm work. We would like to welcome the new clients from Ulverston who have transferred their work to us, and assure our existing clients that we […]