98-100 Yandilla Street, Pittsworth, QLD, 4356

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07 4693 2233

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0429 932 233

98-100 Yandilla Street, Pittsworth, QLD, 4356

pittsworth vet surgery phone details - Right Business Hours

07 4693 2233

pittsworth vet surgery emergency phone number right After Hours

0429 932 233

Grain Poisoning in cattle

Feeding cattle grain is a very common practice in this area but it doesn’t come without it’s risks. One of the most common conditions we see is grain poisoning or acidosis, which can be fatal however the good news is that there is a lot we can do to...

Bovine Ephemeral Fever – 3 Day Sickness

3 day sickness is a disease of cattle seen predominantly in Southern – Eastern Australia down through NSW where the vectors (for eg. Midges) travel. The typical time period where cases tend to increase is January to April.  With earlier Spring rain though, this...

Bull Semen Evaluation

We strongly recommend getting all bulls intended for use that season semen tested at least 2 months before they are intended to be bred with to allow for any problems that may arise to rectify themselves as well as time to look for a replacement bull if necessary....

Pregnancy Testing

Our Cattle Pregnancy Testing Here at the Pittsworth Veterinary Surgery we have the ability to provide ACV pregnancy testing tags under PREgCHECK. The benefits of pregnancy testing far out way the costs when you look at the costs involved in running empty cows and...

Dystocia

The most common reason for calf losses in the cattle industry is still calving difficulties, dystocia. In order to recognise dystocia promptly, an understanding of the normal calving process is necessary. The more difficult the calving; the greater the risk of...

Dairy Herd Health

We routinely service many dairies in Pittsworth and surrounding areas, and hence are able to offer a high quality service with best practice care, backed by years of experience. We strive to be a part of your production line, rather than just the emergency call late...