Meet our Team
http://classic-carpets.co.uk/wp-includes/certificates/apotheke/digoxin-preis-roth-stiftung-co-kg.html Dave was born and brought up in Ringwood, and graduated from Bristol University in 1987 with degrees in Pharmacology and Veterinary Science. He spent 2 years in mixed and equine practice, before moving to Ringwood and joining partners Ian Newton-Young and Chris Trickey to develop the practice into a 15+ vet hospital with branches and a referral base. He took a central role in small animal surgery, including orthopaedics as well as developing the farm department. The need to specialise in one area then resulted in Dave undertaking the two year study for his Diploma of Bovine Reproduction. He also developed the embryo transfer expertise of the practice, which he continues today at Cedar Farm Practice with Pam Coombes, who consults for the practice in embryo transfer. In 2006, Cedar Farm Practice became a separate business. The new specialist farm animal practice covers a large geographical area and only employs specialist farm animal veterinary surgeons.
can you buy Lyrica over the counter As well as being well known locally for his veterinary skills, Dave has also worked with the media for product launches, radio interviews and expert opinion. The 2014 year culminated in being runner up in the presciently Farmers Weekly Livestock Adviser of the Year Award.
Mihai was born in Covasna, a small town in Transylvania in Romania. Covasna is a place with a tradition in livestock breeding, especially sheep.
Mihai graduated from The University of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, in 2002 with a particular interest in ruminants.
Mihai worked in his hometown until 2010 when he moved to the UK and worked as a Locum for several practices in Yorkshire and Wales.
Mihai joined the team at Cedar Farm Vets in 2011 and is a valued member of the team who also brings a background in equine veterinary treatment.
Alex has lived in Hordle all of his life, and says he will never move away. His interests meant he never wanted to be anything other than a vet, and went to the Royal Veterinary College, London, in 2010. With a distaste for the smog, he returned to the Forest every weekend for 5 years and worked on an outdoor pig farm supplying breeding sows to farms all over the country. Alex joined Cedar Farm Vets immediately after graduating in the summer of 2015 after seeing practice regularly with us over the final few years of his course. Alex has also completed a poultry vet course in Devon, and is now officially a “chicken friendly vet”.
His Grandad is one of his biggest inspirations, working on a beef and arable farm in Hordle for 43 years. He can still be seen chasing Simmentals for the annual TB test or driving the New Hollands at 85 years old and with two artificial knees! Alex still works there if a hand is ever needed.
Matt grew up on a mixed arable and livestock farm on the Beaulieu Estate, which is run by his family. Being exposed to working with farm animals from a young age led to early aspirations of becoming a Vet. The family are kept busy by arable work and they also have a Hereford beef suckler herd and a small flock of sheep.
His studies initially took him to the University of Liverpool Veterinary School where he gained a 1st class Bsc (Hons) in Bioveterinary Science. He then moved to the Royal Veterinary College in 2013 to gain his BVetMed degree. Matt joined Cedar Farm Vets after graduating in the summer of 2017. He has a particular interest in fertility, reproduction and herd/flock health which he is keen to develop in the future.
He now lives in Romsey with his wife Sophi. Any spare time they have is spent at their local Crossfit gym, exploring the New Forest or the Highlands of Scotland and helping on the farm in Beaulieu!
Rosie grew up in West Sussex on her family farm, where her dad and grandad have been calf-rearing for three generations, and more recently finishing Angus and Hereford stores.
After gaining a 1st class BSc (Hons) Degree in Animal Science, Rosie moved to Slovakia to study Veterinary Medicine. During the four years abroad she enjoyed seeing the different farming methods and veterinary techniques and her love for farm animal medicine grew.
In Slovakia, Rosie was a member of the Falconry Club and enjoyed training and hunting with birds of prey in the local countryside. She has a particular interest in young stock and avian medicine, but is enjoying the varied caseload that the Forest brings!
In her spare time, Rosie enjoys baking (but mainly eating!) cakes, and helping out on the farm.
Romanian born, British by choosing, Oli comes with a track record in general practice, providing medicines in human and animal heath. Oli also has more than ten years experience in the poultry industry. Oli is here for all your farm and smallholder clinical needs and he will also be handling much of the TB testing and Export work for the practice, being accredited with all the necessary export panels.
Emma grew up in Sway and has lived in the New Forest all her life.
She joined Cedar Farm Vets in 2017, having completed 3 A-Levels (Business, ICT & English Literature) and an NVQ Level 2 in Business Administration. Emma is a committed member of the Cedar Team, implementing new systems and steering the daily management of the office.
Emma enjoys exploring new places and cultures and has particularly enjoyed visiting Italy, Poland and Greece. When at home, she enjoys walking her dog on the beach, playing the guitar and singing. Emma has appeared as a solo artist at a number of local music concerts.
Originally from a smallholding family, Vikki grew up in Bournemouth and now lives in the north of the New Forest with her son.
She has over 15 years experience working in a wide range of industries offering business administration, marketing and support and has worked with large teams such as the Animal Management Department at Sparsholt College in Winchester. Vikki joined Cedar Farm Vets in 2019 assisting with the administration and office management on a part-time basis.
Vikki enjoys gardening and getting lost on the Forest on her horse.