“Goat veterinary medicine can be a bit hit and miss.From kidding, disbudding and non routine emergencies, the service and care is outstanding.” – Luke
We provide an ambulatory service with vehicles fully kitted out to provide all our services on farm. We have access to an in-house laboratory for worm egg counting, microscopy and other basic diagnostics. All other diagnostic work is sent away to a commercial veterinary laboratory.
We offer an on-farm post-mortem service but also make use of the local post-mortem facilities in the area when appropriate.
Medicines can be purchased from vet vehicles during visits or ordered for collection from Guildford and Loxwood or posted to your farm.
Our vet team are experienced in providing a dairy herd veterinary service and will work with you to help you meet the requirements of your milk…
Our vet team are experienced in providing a comprehensive beef herd veterinary service. We enjoy working with our farmers to minimise disease…
Our team is passionate about minimising disease whilst maximising flock profitability and welfare for both milking and meat flocks.
We provide an emergency and flock health service for both milking and meat herds. Our team is passionate about…
Our vet team are experienced in working with camelids and understand the requirements and needs of a herd.
We are happy to offer advice and treatments to commercial pig units; however, our experience lies in dealing with…
We are happy to offer advice and treatments to commercial poultry units; however, our experience lies in dealing with…
Fitterflocks and Heartierherds
Fitterflocks and heartierherds are bespoke flock and herd health consultancy programmes run by PG Farm Vets that provide preventative management and advisory services for small or large sheep flocks and camelid, cattle and goat herds.
Living the ‘good life’? We are a smallholder friendly practice and whether times are good or not so good we are here to help. Our vet team are used to the diverse nature of smallholder farming and understand the limitations that can make aspects of health and husbandry a challenge.
Open Farm Parks
Our vet team works with numerous open farm parks in the local area.In our experience, open farm parks are quite specific in their veterinary needs – requiring a vet with knowledge of a wide range of species, an understanding of public health and safety and the ability to work sensitively in view of the public.
It is becoming more and more common to see livestock species kept as pets. Our vet team are all experienced at treating your farm animal pets. Despite spending most of our time on farms we also see a lot of garden goats, sheep, chickens and house pigs and hope that you will find out pet service friendly and…