From 17th August 2020, we are making some changes to our farm service. We are collaborating with Castle Farm Vets, who will now be providing our farm service.
Castle Farm Vets will shortly be taking on the farm animal work from Cundall & Duffy Veterinary Surgeons. Castle Farm Vets are a team of 13 dedicated farm only vets working from a main base in Barnard Castle, Co Durham. Over the past few years our business has expanded rapidly and we have developed a significant client-base in the in the York, Malton and Pickering corridor right across to the coast area. We will be opening a branch in Malton in August and also operating from Cundall & Duffy Veterinary Surgeons in Scarborough. You will still be able to collect your medicines from Cundall & Duffy Veterinary Surgeons. This branch of Castle Farm Vets will be led by three dedicated farm vets, Luke Williams, Jamie Moffat and Ioan Prisada. They will also be joined by Chris Cundall, who will work for Castle Farm Vets on a part-time basis.
Luke has previously worked in the area and is looking forward to returning. Luke, Jamie and Ioan are highly capable and experienced farm vets, we are confident that alongside Chris’s many years of local knowledge they can provide a first-class service for your farms.
As a dedicated farm practice, looking after your animals and your farm business are key to us. We offer a full range of clinical and breeding services including:
- 24-hour emergency care.
- Routine fertility visits.
- Flock and herd health planning.
- Disease monitoring.
- Routine surgeries such as castrations, dehorning, tup vasectomies.
- Post mortem examinations.
- Bull and tup fertility examinations.
- Bull and tup semen collection and freezing.
- Cow and ewe AI.
- Bovine and ovine embryo transfer.
- TB testing.
We also aim to provide all veterinary medicines at competitive prices. These will be able to be collected from our site in Malton or Cundall & Duffy Veterinary Surgeons in Scarborough, or delivered to you by courier.
In more normal times we hold frequent client meetings and face to face training courses (eg DIY AI). As soon as restrictions allow and we feel it is safe to do so, we will start a program of events in your area.
We run a large and proactive flock health club in Teesdale and would like to set up one in your area too. This is a great way for you to stay up to date with new sheep farming and veterinary ideas and improve the health and productivity of your flock. Please get in touch with Luke if you are interested in this.
If you would like to arrange for one of our vets to come and meet you, please get in touch with the surgery.
We look forward to working with you in the future.