GBM technology

|GBM technology

About GBM technology

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far GBM technology has created 75 blog entries.

AFL Footy Tipping | FREE Entry

By |2019-03-20T13:16:59+00:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Farm Services|

It's that time of year again when mates take on mates, family take on family and vets take on vets for ultimate bragging rights...and some great prizes. Join our FREE footy tipping competition and let the battle begin. If you're already a footytips.com.au member or would like to sign up now and join our competition please

Comments Off on AFL Footy Tipping | FREE Entry

Welcoming Dr Poot and Dr Moorhead

By |2019-02-14T15:25:59+00:00February 13th, 2019|Categories: Farm Services|Tags: , , , |

We would like to introduce two new veterinarians who started with us at The Vet Group in January - Dr Tessa Poot and Dr Isabelle Moorhead. Tessa hails from Karratha in WA, while Izzy (although Melbourne born) has spent the last few years up at Townsville. Both well-acclimatised to Australia's searing heat, they've taken to

Comments Off on Welcoming Dr Poot and Dr Moorhead

Colostral antibodies: calves’ gold star troops

By |2018-12-11T12:56:06+00:00December 11th, 2018|Categories: CalfWise, Farm Services|Tags: , , , |

At our recent CalfWise workshop, the topic of colostrum antibodies came up: what they are and why they are important. As it’s time to start planning colostral vaccinations we thought it would be worth revisiting.

Comments Off on Colostral antibodies: calves’ gold star troops

Plant poisons! Detectives at work…

By |2018-12-03T10:47:41+00:00December 3rd, 2018|Categories: Farm Services, HerdWise|Tags: , , |

At last week’s TAP’s On day at Timboon P-12, Dr Zoe Vogels helped organise a fun CSI Timboon activity. It involved students working through stations to help “Farmer Bob” work out what had caused his two cows to suddenly die.

Comments Off on Plant poisons! Detectives at work…

We have a new service: In-house milk cultures!

By |2018-11-19T09:00:00+00:00November 19th, 2018|Categories: Farm Services, MilkWise|Tags: , , , , |

The last few months we have been trialling a new system for milk cultures at the clinic. Compared to other systems we think it offers our farmers great value for money. How much will it cost? $23 (inc GST) per sample, regardless of the number submitted. This will be a substantial saving for you, especially

Comments Off on We have a new service: In-house milk cultures!

HeiferWise Workshop

By |2018-11-14T08:50:46+00:00November 14th, 2018|Categories: Farm Services, HeiferWise|Tags: |

Workshop: 20th of December 2018 & 7th February 2019 We all want heifer rearing to be an efficient, rewarding and profitable element of dairy farming. The better job we do rearing heifers, the better their long-term reproductive performance and milk production will be. The HeiferWise workshop gives you the tools to have a proactive approach

Comments Off on HeiferWise Workshop

Teatsealing heifers – we can make it a breeze

By |2018-11-06T07:27:49+00:00November 5th, 2018|Categories: Farm Services, HeiferWise|Tags: , , , , , |

For herds frustrated by clinical and subclinical mastitis in their heifers at calving time, Teatsealing them 4–6 weeks before calving start date can reduce clinical and subclinical mastitis in the weeks after calving by 65–80% (or more). Why does it work? The normal keratin plug that blocks the end of the teat will often not

Comments Off on Teatsealing heifers – we can make it a breeze

Eye cancer in cattle – early detection and treatment is key!

By |2018-10-31T07:19:10+00:00October 30th, 2018|Categories: Farm Services, HerdWise|Tags: , , |

Summer is not just the time for pinkeye , it’s also the time we see more cancer eye in cattle. These are fast-growing cancers of the eyeball or eyelids. Early detection and treatment of eye cancers a) makes the treatment itself simpler, and b) minimises the risk of the cancer spreading (both locally around the

Comments Off on Eye cancer in cattle – early detection and treatment is key!

There’s nothing fun about pinkeye (unless it’s Halloween*). Take steps to prevent it now.

By |2018-11-08T13:41:52+00:00October 11th, 2018|Categories: Farm Services, HeiferWise|Tags: , , , |

What is pinkeye? Pinkeye is the common name for a corneal ulcer in cattle. The main cause of pinkeye is the bacteria Moraxella bovis, which is present in nasal and eye secretions of clinically infected and carrier animals. It can spread between animals via flies or through close contact. Pinkeye typically occurs in young stock

Comments Off on There’s nothing fun about pinkeye (unless it’s Halloween*). Take steps to prevent it now.

Alex visits world cattle vet conference in Japan

By |2018-10-08T09:48:43+00:00October 8th, 2018|Categories: Farm Services|Tags: , , , , , , , |

By Dr Alex Crosbie I was recently fortunate enough to attend the World Buiatrics Conference in Sapporo, Japan. I presented the findings of my research into the uses of health monitoring collars in pasture-based herds—performed at The Vet Group in 2016—to a global audience of vets and researchers. This exciting work is one of the

Comments Off on Alex visits world cattle vet conference in Japan
Load More Posts