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ReproActive Bega - More Calves, More Often

Dr Luke Dawson

Wednesday, 4 October 2017 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm (AEDT)

ReproActive Bega - More Calves, More Often

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Developed by Australia’s leading vets, cattle specialists and rural business experts, ReproActive is a specialised training workshop series designed to help maximise the reproductive potential of herds. Each module will provide a wealth of knowledge to producers, resellers and veterinarians.


Through informative, highly-practical and interactive modules you’ll learn:

  • The significance and assessment of Critical Mating Weights
  • How to plan and achieve shorter Joining Periods and
  • The implications of Condition Scoring and the best corrective action to take
  • Bull Management and Assessment for reproductive success


Leaving you equipped with the knowledge to better understand and improve your:

  • Weaning processes and protocols
  • Heifer growth targets
  • Fertility, conception and calving rates
  • Ability to effectively respond to challenging situations, and ultimately enhance
  • Productivity and profitability of your herd


  • Dr Helen Schaefer, District Veterinarian, South East Local Land Services
    • Condition Scoring as a tool in cattle breeding enterprises (including yard demonstration and assessment) + determining and achieving Critical Mating Weights of heifers 

  • Dr Luke Dawson, Veterinarian, Bega & Cobargo Veterinary Hospitals (Event Coordinator)
    • Optimising Joining Periods + Bull Management and Health for succeful joinings and longevity (including yard demonstration and assessment)

  • Dr Andy Hancock, Veterinary Operations Manager – Livestock, Zoetis Australia
    • Reproductive disease awareness and management





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When & Where

722 Princes Highway
Bega, NSW 2550

Wednesday, 4 October 2017 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm (AEDT)

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Dr Luke Dawson

The Bega Valley has always had a strong farming focus and so has our clinic. We are here to help you with your farm animals whether you need help with a few sheep or a large herd of dairy cows.

Emergencies and Sick animals

All our vets are well trained to help with the common problems seen in farm animals, including calvings, lameness and surgeries for sick animals.

Herd Health Planning

Modern agriculture is constantly changing and growing and our veterinarians stay up to day with the best practice herd management products and techniques.  We can help you to choose from the large number of products available for your herd.

Disease investigation

Herd problems can very quickly become costly to the profit of your farming enterprise. We are here to provide consultation and investigation of important herd diseases. Our veterinarians have received appropriate training in numerous Dairy Australia programs including Countdown Downunder, Incalf, Transition Management, and the Healthy Calves program.


The mainstay of the cattle veterinarians day is pregnancy diagnosis. Our clinic prides itself on accurate diagnosis and ageing of pregnancy to ensure an efficient reproductive program. Ultrasound scanning of pregnancy is also utilised by many of our vets to provide more details, including foetal sexing, identification of twins and diagnosis of cycling abnormalities. For those wanting more advanced techniques such as Embryo Transfer we also have extensive experience with these techniques in Cattle

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