An Overview of British Farming for Non UK Trained Vets

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An Overview of British Farming for Non UK Trained Vets

Are you considering working in, or recently started work in, England, Scotland or Wales?

This one day classroom based course will give you an insight into how British Farming works. The important clues in the farm buildings, types of animals kept and local landscape will be covered. It will answer questions on how to use this information to effectively communicate with farmers. This course will provide you with a solid foundation if you intend to work in clinical farm practice in GB or for those wishing to study the OCQ(V) TT course.

Speaker:

James Russell – Director of a large mixed practice in Derbyshire; board member of both BVA and BCVA

Lunch and refreshments are provided throughout the day.

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