Title: Passion for Pulsation - Machine Milking and Udder Health - this will be of interest to all dairy vets.
Tom Greenham qualified from Bristol University in 2008 and immediately began working with dairy herds, first in Lancashire, and now with Lambert, Leonard and May, a 19-vet farm practice servicing approximately 50,000 dairy cows in the Shropshire/ Cheshire region. With a growing interest in udder health and specifically milking machine testing, he helped the practice start Precision Milking consultancy business in 2013. Precision Milking, provides specialist advice and services for udder health and milking machine optimisation for farms throughout the United Kingdom and Internationally. Tom divides his time between his udder consultancy work, remaining a practicing farm vet, and climbing in the Alps.
It has been said that Tom Greenham is to milking machine testing what Dele Alli is to football. Tenacious, determined and technically excellent, he matches youthfulness with hard-won experience to bring a touch of magic to his chosen specialism. Move over, Paul Scholes and milking machine experts of the past and make way for the stars of the future!
Date: Tuesday 10th October, 2017
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm GMT
Tom’s webinar presentation will cover:
- Why should vets get involved with milking machines?
- The interaction between cow and machine
- Common problems with milk harvest
- Methods of diagnosis and assessment
- Practical solutions and recommendations
There will be lots of pics, and plenty of opportunity for Q and A’s
Register for this Webinar now at: https://www.thewebinarvet.com/bcva171010
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PC-Based attendees - Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server Mac®-based attendees - Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
Mobile attendees - iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet
We look forward to 'seeing' you there! The Webinar counts as 1 hour of CPD and a CPD certificate will be available to download after attending the webinar.
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