COVID 19 : Level 2 Update

COVID19 update for Vetora farm clients

Vetora will remain open for all farm animal vet services including after-hours emergency services and you can contact the clinic in the normal way.

We are in regular communication with our suppliers and there are no drug supply issues.  However, due to the necessary changes in our day to day operations, you must phone ahead for your animal health supplies and we will have them ready for you to pick up.

We will also be continuing our bulk delivery service as normal.  Don’t hesitate to contact us if you can’t make it to the clinic and we will endeavour to get any animal health supplies out to you.

Annual milk quality and RVM consultations will continue and we will contact you and make arrangements to hold these meetings over the phone.

We are an essential service and are here to help you but can only do so if our team remain COVID 19 free.  If you are unwell, or if you believe you have been exposed to the virus please do not come to us – send someone else.

Our staff would be required to stand down if we have an infected team member and that would severely affect our ability to service our members.

We will update you by email if there are any further changes.  Check our Pets page for details of our small animal services.

We know farm animals are your livelihood. And when they are sick, they need immediate attention. They need experienced and well-equipped farm vets on call 24/7.
And with over 75 years of experience under our belt, Vetora is more than up to the task.

Taking care of your production animals is at the core of what we do. We are committed to working with you to get the best performance out of your farm through optimal animal health, and finding new ways in which we can add value to your business.

We offer members a great deal of services, ranging from routine check ups to more complex appointments which require innovative procedures and operations. We can provide assistance in:


  • Pregnancy testing
  • Reproductive examinations
  • Milk quality consults
  • Calf rearing management advice
  • Dehorning
  • Teatsealing
  • In-house lab testing
  • Infovet
  • Healthy hoof programme
  • In calf programme

Sheep and beef (drystock)

  • Equine
  • Alpaca
  • Deer
  • Sheep
  • Farm advisory services
  • Do I qualify to be a farming member?

    You need to be conducting a commercial farming operation and be GST registered. If you qualify as a member, your animals will not only have receive premium farming vet service, but you will also have access to Vetora seminars, social events and training days.

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