Education and prevention priority for Bell vet

Kelly Mason
Updated April 2 2024 - 6:51pm, first published April 1 2024 - 7:30am
Bell Bunya Veterinary Practice staff, Abbie Hartwig, vet and owner Sam Duigan and vet Sophie Clacher. Picture by Kelly Mason
Bell Bunya Veterinary Practice staff, Abbie Hartwig, vet and owner Sam Duigan and vet Sophie Clacher. Picture by Kelly Mason

Snake bites, injuries and desexing are all in a days work for rural vets, but in tough times like drought, floods and market fluctuations, their ability to advise, detect and prevent disease is critical to the welfare of livestock and producers' productivity.

Kelly Mason

Kelly Mason

Journalist

Brisbane-based journalist covering stories from rural and regional Queensland. kelly.mason@queenslandcountrylife.com.au

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