Sheep & Beef Farm Vet Services
Anexa’s friendly team are here to help. Working with you for better animal health and production results.
Established by farmers, for farmers, we recognise that every farming business has its own set of challenges. Our approach to your stocks’s veterinary care is individualised and evidence-based. We are here to help, focused on what works for you, on your farm.
Anexa Vets are here to help. Being a farmer vet club, our recommendations for your farm are driven by the health and wellbeing of your animals and your farm’s business requirements first and foremost.
We believe in offering you evidence-based options and sharing our knowledge and skills. Whether we working with you to create individualised animal health plans or providing 24 hour emergency service, we are focused on what works for you, your animals and your farm.
We cater for all sheep and beef farms including commercial stud, breeding or finishing farms. We provide a complete advisory and treatment service for your flock / herd health and production.
Our Sheep & Beef Farm Services Include:
Personalised animal health plans
Parasitism, parasite management and drench checking
Vaccination programmes, tailored to your herd
Trace element monitoring and planning
Reproductive services from fertility testing to scanning
Productivity improvement plans
Bull and ram soundness exams including fertility testing
Young Stock Management and Dairy Grazing Plans
Technician services - Calf Disbudding, Weighing, Spore Count Monitoring, Drenching, Zinc bolusing
Farm Support Services
Workshops & Events
Check out the latest advice from our vet team
Calving is upon us, and now is the time to think about booking your calf disbudding. Hopefully, all farmers are now aware that under the law, calves require an effective local anaesthetic nerve block for the removal of horn buds. Disbudding is one of the most painful...
The calf Did you know that my gut can only absorb antibodies from colostrum into my blood in the first 24 hours of my life. From the moment I am born the temporary “openings” in my gut that allow me to absorb the large antibodies start closing, so the sooner I get...
Vaginal prolapses tend to occur in the last month before lambing (occasionally they will occur after lambing). A normal incidence is a maximum of 1 ewe in 100, or 1%, if you have more bearings than this you need to consider the following factors. The old fashioned...