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    XLVets Skillnet are delighted to announce that we have been short listed for an IITD National Training Award in the category: Best Learning & Development Organisation (Networks & Groups).

     

    XLVets Skillnet are committed to achieving a better future for veterinary and farming in Ireland by applying best practice to support herd health on farms. We do this through offering...

    Veterinary surgeons from across the country spent two days in Thurles Co. Tipperary at a Milk Quality Masterclass led by the leading international mastitis expert, Peter Edmondson. The event was organised by XLVets Skillnet; the veterinary training network.

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    XLVets are the proud sponsors of the new UCD rugby kit. XLVets members Donal Lynch (Donal Lynch Vets) and Conor Geraghty (Geraghty & Neary Vets) were on hand to represent XLVets Ireland and showcase the new jerseys. Best of luck lads.

    The Glasslyn team talk about the origins of their practice, Started by Cornelius O Driscoll in 1915, Glasslyn Vet Clinic is now one of the largest in the country with 9 full time vets, 2 vet nurses and a committed team of support staff. Read the full story in the attached article.

    This October and November, XLVets Skillnets are liaising with Bimeda to offer a series of informative and practical farmer workshops. We will have experts in ruminant nutrition & trace elements present on the topic of nutrition and trace element status in cattle, with a specific focus on the role trace element nutrition can play in promoting fertility and productivity.

    The aim of...

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