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ReproActive Mount Gambier - More Calves, More Often

Dr Andrew Hoare, BVSc

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm (ACDT)

ReproActive Mount Gambier - 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



  • Nick Sangster, Program Manager Grassfed Beef Productivity, Meat & Livestock Australia


→   Beef market snapshot, industry research priorities and current MLA programs

  • Brendan Voss, Livestock Production Advisor, Elders Ltd - South Eastern SA

→   Critical Mating Weights + Condition Scoring including yard demonstration and assessment

→   Managing weaning for lifelong productivity (in conjunction with Andrew Hoare)

  • Andrew Hoare, South East Vets

→   Joining Periods + Bull Management and Health

  • Andy Hancock Veterinary Operations Manager, Zoetis Australia

→   Reproductive disease awareness and management



Practical sessions to be held at the property of Dale Cleve, 1214 Glenelg River Rd, Mount Gambier, SA 2590









Have questions about ReproActive Mount Gambier - More Calves, More Often? Contact Dr Andrew Hoare, BVSc

When & Where

The Barn
747 Glenelg Rd
Mount Gambier, South Australia 5290

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm (ACDT)

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Dr Andrew Hoare, BVSc

Andrew grew up on a beef property in Southern Queensland and finished at the University of Queensland in 1996. After graduation he worked in South Western Victoria in a mixed dairy/beef/small animal practice before then locuming around Southern Queensland. After another stint in Victoria, Andrew purchased South East Vets in 2002.

He has been President of the Australian Cattle Veterinarians, is currently the South Australian representative for Australian Cattle Veterinarians and is also on the National Cattle Pregnancy Diagnosis Committee.

Andrew is passionate about helping other veterinarians develop their skills in ultrasound pregnancy diagnosis and is currently an accredited manual and ultrasound pregnancy tester and examiner. He also has interests in lameness in dairy cattle, reproduction, nutrition and medicine of cattle and sheep.

When not at work Andrew loves clay target shooting.



þ     Australian Veterinary Association

þ     Australian Cattle Veterinarians

þ     Australian Sheep Veterinarians

þ     Australian Repro Veterinarians



þ  Australian Veterinary Practice Management GroupNational Cattle Pregnancy Diagnosis Scheme; Manual and Ultrasound and Examiner

þ  APAV, Bovine Johne's Market Assurance Program and Ovine Johne's Market Assurance Program accredited

þ  Countdown Downunder Advisor

þ  In Calf Advisor 

þ  Ovine Brucellosis accredited

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