Andy is interested in all areas of dairy herd health, but especially mastitis prevention. After work he can often be seen riding his bike and regularly competes in local road races.
Sally completed a Diploma in Bovine Reproduction in 2001. She enjoys all aspects of farm practice, with a particular interest in dairy herd health and fertility.
Phil's special interests include cattle nutrition, herd health and mastitis / cell count problems.He also enjoys spending time with his young family, fishing and playing golf.
Jonathan is particularly interested in fertility, mastitis, and herd health. Outside of work he manages his family pedigree Angus suckler herd.
Dan's main interests are surgery, infectious diseases and lameness. Dan is studying for a Diploma in Bovine Reproduction. He spends his spare time walking his dog, watching rugby and doing DIY.
Tamsin qualified from Royal Veterinary College in 2004. Her main interests are in dairy herd management and production diseases. She holds a post graduation Certificate in Cattle Health and Production and is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner in Cattle Health and Production. She also successfully competes with her dogs in agility competitions.
Kate qualified from Liverpool University in 2011. She enjoys all aspects of cattle practice and is involved with our sheep worm control project. Her interests outside of work include power kiting, sea kayaking and relaxing walks with the dog.
Sarah graduated from the University of Liverpool in July 2014, and is interested in all aspects of farm work having grown up on a local dairy farm. Outside of work, she enjoys walking the coast path, letter boxing on Dartmoor, baking and kayaking.
I graduated from London in July 2014. I enjoy all aspects of farm vet work and am keen to get stuck in. Outside of work I enjoy baking (and eating!) cakes, long walks on the beach and moors with my Labrador and working him in the field as a gundog during the shooting season.
Oliver Graduated in 2015 from Bristol and enjoys all areas of farm work. When not working he can often be found trudging across Dartmoor, or needlessly tinkering with his Mini.
I graduated from the RVC in July 2015. I'm interested in all areas of cattle practice but also looking forward to getting involved with sheep work and ram testing. Outside of work I'm a keen rugby player and enjoy finding new places to walk with my Flat-Coated Retriever.
Nim is originally from sunny Slough in Berkshire, but 'escaped to the country'.
Lizzie Milbank is originally from Horsham in Sussex but now lives in Clawton.
Originally from a farming family (beef and sheep) in Sligo, North West Ireland but moved to Dublin to study at 18. It's like home from home here - rainy, green and full of cows!
Originally from Sandgate, a seaside suburb in Brisbane Queensland, Callum has decided to make the move to SW England and work for Penbode in Devon and Cornwall. He graduated from Townsville's James Cook University in 2015 before heading out to see mixed practice in rural Victoria. After a year he moved to the south island of New Zealand working in a large animal practice and then moved to the UK.
Born and raised in Patras, Greece and now living in Stratton.
Jakub is originally from Lukow in Eastern Poland but now lives in Holsworthy. He's getting to grips with being the newbie in the Holsworthy branch, but has seen a lot of new cases and finds the staff very friendly and helfpul.
Originally from Lymington in the New Forest, Jess enjoys all aspects of work with her Cornish and Devon clients and has a special interest for smallholder work - including goats and alpacas.
Originally from Thessaloniki, Greece, where he also studied. Then he moved to Vienna for an externship for six months, then on to Liverpool where he taught clinical skills to final year students. After that he saw practice at Westpoint before coming to live and work in Holsworthy.
Meg is based at our Holsworthy branch and has a great knowledge of the local area.