Caring for the health of your business

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Welcome to Farm Veterinary Solutions

Providing veterinary services across Rutland, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and beyond.

At FVS, we take a proactive approach to help you ensure the good health and performance of your dairy and beef cattle, sheep flocks and gamebirds. 

Disease prevention is always the goal: it helps ensure animals can reach their performance potential, and is in the best interests of animal welfare. It’s also the best strategy for keeping medicine bills low!

We are happy to share our knowledge with you on-farm, and regularly hold technical meetings on topics such as foot-trimming, mastitis control and youngstock rearing. We can also provide practical training courses for you and your staff, on topics such as veterinary emergency treatments.

As a member of XLVets, we are part of a community of over 50 independently-owned and progressive practices. This gives us the opportunity to gain from the knowledge and skills in other vet practices and ensure we deliver high standards of veterinary care. And our farm clients benefit directly from competitive medicine costs.

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Our Services

Dairy Herd Health

We make your herd’s health our priority, and provide proactive veterinary care for beef and dairy cattle.

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Flock health

We have the knowledge and experience to help you improve your flock’s health and performance.

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Beef Herd Health

We make your herd’s health our priority, and provide proactive veterinary care for your sucklers, stores and calves..

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Our Services

Gamebird Health

From rearing operations to farm shoots, a range of veterinary services are available for gamebird keepers.

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Smallholders Club

Join our smallholders club for dedicated veterinary support and additional benefits throughout the year.

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Our own team of vets cover emergencies 24/7. Whatever your problem, day or night, we are here to help.

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Latest News

Coccidiosis Risk Period!

Within the practice we are currently seeing an increasing number of cases of coccidiosis. This time of year sees high numbers of young lambs, often in intensive situations - a prime environment for Coccidia.

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Nematodirus Risk Alert!

The Nematodirus forecast for the East Midlands has risen to 'High / Very High Risk'! 

Nematodirus can strike very quickly. You cannot afford to have a 'wait and see' policy!

Damage caused by Nematodirus is from large numbers of immature larvae that are not yet producing eggs. Therefore, faecal egg counts (FECs), are not a reliable indicator of risk. Rapid action is essential!

Risk factors:

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Welcome to Farm Veterinary Solutions Ltd

From April 2024, we are now a separate company to Rutland and Kings Veterinary Centre small animal practices. 

As a stand alone farm practice, we are excited to continue working with all of our clients, further developing our services and "caring for the health of your business". 

If you have any questions at all, do not hesitate to get in touch! 

For farm queries, please email: [email protected]

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Latest FVS Newsletter

Spring 2024 Newsletter

Welcome to our first newsletter as Farm Veterinary Solutions Ltd! Freddie explains the importance of key performance indicators (KPIs) in your beef suckler herd; Jess discusses MV and CAE, and Jim shares the risks of staggers in cattle. Plus, we have a very exciting announcement for you!


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Animal Welfare Act 2006

Section 9 - Duty of person responsible for animal to ensure welfare

 A person commits an offence if he does not take such steps as are reasonable in all the circumstances to ensure that the needs of an animal for which he is responsible are met to the extent required by good practice. For the purposes of this Act, an animal's needs shall be taken to include—

  • its need for a suitable environment,
  • its need for a suitable diet,
  • its need to be able to exhibit normal behaviour patterns,
  • any need it has to be housed with, or apart from, other animals, and
  • its need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.
  • The circumstances to which it is relevant to have regard when applying subsection (1) include, in particular—
  • any lawful purpose for which the animal is kept, and
  • any lawful activity undertaken in relation to the animal.

Nothing in this section applies to the destruction of an animal in an appropriate and humane manner.

Animal Welfare Act 2006