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Read our bimonthly newsletters
Covering pregnancy diagnosis and Johne's disease, find some great information in this newsletter.
Go to the September / October Newsletter
Ardene House is back 100% with all staff now back from furlough, so familiar faces can be found in all departments!
Go to our August Newsletter
Our July/August newsletter covers the benefits of synchronised breeding in cattle and pre-tupping advice.
Go to our July / August Newsletter
An update on new services we can now offer and lots more!
Go to our June Newsletter
Our Summer newsletter covers ram fertility and avoiding medicine residues in milk
Go to our Summer Newsletter
Our April newsletter covers how we are operating during Covid and lots more.
Go to our April Newsletter
Our Spring newsletter covers issues including 'The Cost of Leptospirosis' and 'Hypomagnesaemia'
Go to our Spring Newsletter
Read the winter addition of our newsletter covering selective dry cow and milk fever.
Read our Winter Newsletter
In this issue we cover our Flock Health Club and Sheep CT Scanning
Go to March 2020 Newsletter
In this issue we cover our lambing course as well as heifer pelvic mesaurements.
Go to Feb 2020 Newsletter
In this issue we covering preparation for lambing and the importance of ewe nutrition
Go to January 2020 Newsletter
In this issue we covers our sheep smallholder course and our meeting on 'Making the most of farm medicine'.
Go to November 2019 Newsletter
In this issue we cover our latest product updates
In this issue we covers our sheep smallholder course and our FarmImpress up-date
Go to May 2019 Newsletter
In this issue we cover calf rearing
Go to February 2019 Newsletter
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