On Farm Services
Our team is here to help
We offer a range of on farm services utilising both our veterinarians and veterinary technicians. These include
DairyNZ certified body condition scoring
Trace element testing
Dry cow therapy administration
Staff training and seminars
Achieve your 6-week goals
Every farm is unique, with its own strengths and weaknesses.
And every farmer has their own individual reproductive goals.
Our aim is to work with you to provide the services and support you need to achieve your goals, however small or large they may be.
We offer everything from pregnancy testing through to whole farm system analysis and optimisation.
Reproductive services include
Analysis and advice from InCalf trained advisors
Ultrasound pregnancy testing
Metrichecking and treating
Milk RITE - Mastitis Consultancy
Meet your milk quality goals
Our team are committed to helping you achieve your milk quality targets, reduce clinical mastitis and reduce overall antibiotic use in the shed.
Milk RITE is a mastitis consultancy service which works with you to fine tune your milking routine. Using VaDia technology, real time information is collected during milking time to show how the cow interacts with the milking cluster.
This information is utilised alongside farm records to create a plan to achieve your goals, such as:
Reducing clinical mastitis
Fonterra Co-operative difference targets
Lead with pride targets
Strategic Dry off Planning
Prevention and Treatment to get your herd moving
Lameness is a painful condition with serious production and welfare implications.
If you are struggling with controlling lameness on farm, our team have advisors that are Healthy Hoof trained to help identify risk factors on farm which are resulting in a higher incidence lameness than you would like.
We offer a range of services to help reduce the risk of lameness:
Healthy Hoof trained advisors
Herd lameness scoring
Lame cow foot trimming
Hoof knife sharpening
Animal Health Planning
Create an animal health plan to meet the needs of your farm
Prevention is always better than a cure.
Preventative animal health requires good planning, based on the specific farm situation and production goals.
Know ahead of time, what you need to give, when you need to give it and why you are doing it.
Most farms now require a formal animal health plan as part of their quality audits with suppliers, including milk factories, meat processors and wool buyers.
We will work with you to provide an animal health plan that fits with your needs and your farm goals, whether that means preventing disease, improving production or freeing up your valuable time.