On the new Malton Enterprise Park, surrounded by fabricators and manufacturers, you will find a new name in farm vets for Malton and the surrounding areas.

Castle Farm Vets has been formed by three vets who live locally, with a passion for farm animal health, welfare and come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Harry Eastwood, originally from Huddersfield, graduated five years ago, meeting colleague Luke Williams when they worked at the same vets in York. Luke qualified in London and three years later is back in the north, developing the artificial insemination in sheep side of the practice.

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The third partner, Jorge De Silva, grew up in the Azores, where his father is a dairy farmer. After qualifying five years ago, he has focused on developing his knowledge of sheep and other smaller animals, while pursuing his main area of interest in beef and dairy cattle fertility and embryology. A well-known local vet, Chris Cundall, is also working part time in the practice. 

Castle Farm Vets has the advantage of local professionals, backed up by a large team across the north, meaning that no matter what the nature and desired outcomes of your enterprise may be, they are able to provide you with the best support possible. From general animal welfare and the basics of examining sheep and cattle, to AI and embryo transfer, helping pedigree and rare breed livestock farmers develop the best of the best genetics in their cattle and sheep, they have an incomparable range of technical and clinical services.

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The stockpen at the premises means you can call in with a sick beast, where greater attention to an injury or trauma site can be paid in well-lit clinical surroundings and a small lab allows for some analysis.

While cattle and sheep are the main area of expertise, our team are fully conversant with the needs of goats, llamas and alpacas, as well as pigs and will also happily deal with queries and procedures for both domestic and commercial poultry.

Castle Farm Vets pride ourselves on delivering continuity of care, developing and maintaining great client relations and ultimately providing quality care and highly effective support for YOU the livestock owner. Call us today on 01653 531151, or email malton@castlevets.net

Castle Farm Vets, Unit 5, Enterprise Business Park, York Rd Industrial Estate, Malton YO17 6AB


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