Growing the Chicken Vet Practice Network – New Additions

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Growing the Chicken Vet Practice Network – New Additions

In September, Chicken Vet welcomed two new veterinary practices to its network of Associated Practices. To become an Associated Practice, a resident vet must have attended one of our monthly CPD training courses.  Run by our team of poultry experts, the course gives a comprehensive look at backyard poultry health and husbandry and provides vets with greater knowledge and expertise when it comes to treating your chickens.

Windmill Veterinary Centre has two practices – its main practice is open in Winslow and is supported by a practice in nearby Buckingham where consultations and clinics take place.
Jane Alexander has attended our CPD training day and will gladly offer any advice and help when it comes to your chickens’ health.
You can find their contact details at http://windmill-vets.co.uk/

Midland Veterinary Surgery was established in 2001 by Brian Stenson and William Wildgoose.
Brian has a special interest in avian medicine and has attended our most recent Chicken Vet CPD training course.
You can contact the surgery on 020 8539 3538 or find further details at http://www.midlandvetsurgery.co.uk/

Our network now stands at 78 practices across the UK and continues to grow as more vets attend our monthly CPD training in poultry health.  We have a full list of our Associated Practices listed in our Useful Links section http://www.chickenvet.co.uk/useful-links/index.aspx or you can locate your nearest practice with our postcode finder at http://www.chickenvet.co.uk/associated-practices/index.aspx

Our nationwide network of Chicken Vet Associated Practices provide peace of mind that your chickens are in safe hands should they ever become ill.

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