New Report Centre Launched

Have you heard about our new Report Centre feature? Increased reporting around the key metrics of fertility, lameness, cow condition and mastitis, with many more areas coming soon!

 

Check out the full details here or contact us to discuss further.

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When it comes to the best device to use with VetIMPRESS, we don’t have any preference between iOS or Android but sticking with the main manufacturers (Apple or Samsung) is advisable.  The most important thing is making your device farm proof which means the case is key! Here are some of our recommendations for rugged devices and compatible cases suitable for use on-farm; Apple Devices Device: iPad Air...

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Recently we released our new VetIMPRESS web menu that aims to be easier on the eye, but more importantly, be easier to navigate. Thanks to user feedback, we’ve simplified the menu, making it more intuitive for you to find what you need.   What's Changed?   Here's a quick rundown of what's new:   All new layout   The main difference in the layout you’ll notice, is that the main VetIMPRESS homepage menu...

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vet webinar

During these isolating times, supporting our customers matters more than ever. We're delivering a series of webinars to help you continue to optimise farm production with your advice and decision support to farmers. In conjunction with our partners and customers, we will be hosting a series of webinars discussing key topics on responsible use of antimicrobials, pregnancy scanning, mastitis management and much more. The webinars...

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[video width="1280" height="672" mp4="https://www.vetimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/facebook-post-trimmed.mp4"][/video]   During these isolating times, supporting our customers matters more than ever. We’re proud of your key worker role as you continue to safeguard animal health with your advice and decision support to farmers.   To do this, we can help you:   Access Data Remotely To advise clients and provide decision support without the need to go on farm To continue to monitor animals using external...

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