+44 (0)7870 619211
Herd Health Consultancy, UK
Suprascapular nerve paresis
Foot block: wooden
Hoof wall ulcer: treatment
Vertical wall fissure 02
Vertical wall fissure 01
Nick is an independent herd health veterinary consultant based in Dorset, UK and Honorary Associate Professor at Nottingham University.
He grew up on a small sheep and beef farm in Herefordshire, qualified from Cambridge University in 1999. In 2002 he took on a PhD project at Bristol on dairy lameness control programmes in 2002-2006 followed by the Healthy Feet Project in 2007 and then the Cow Tracking project at the Royal Veterinary College in 2011.
Nick is a member of the European Board of Veterinary specialists, RCVS recognised specialist. He has interests in claw trimming approaches in dairy cows supervising a Dartington Cattle Breeding Trust project (Sophie Mahendran masters student) and the latest AHDB funded project (Sara Pedersen PhD). He also has an interest in automatic monitoring of cow behaviour and welfare working with researchers at Writtle College, Essex University and Exeter University in the Cow Tracking project and more recently IceRobotics and CattleEye.
He still enjoys nothing more than treating a lame cow and fixing a cubicle shed.
Penetrating sole injury: white line
Brachial plexus injury
Toe necrosis: heifer
Foot: Over-trimmed (plus digital dermatitis)
Horizontal wall fissures
Foul in the foot: ventral view - 01
Digital dermatitis: ulcerative M2 lesion
Digital dermatitis: proliferative M4 lesion 02
Digital dermatitis: proliferative M4 lesion 01
Axial wall fissure
Corkscrew claw: acquired
Lameness: upper limb swelling
Bilateral sciatic nerve paresis
Unilateral sciatic nerve paresis
Testing cutaneous sensation
Footbathing: Biocide summary table
International hoof map
Neuromuscular and musculoskeletal conditions of the young calf
Foot block: technique
Foot dressings: overview
Radial limb paralysis
Necrotic hoof lesions
Hoof: growth abnormalities
White line disease
Sole ulcer and sole hemorrhage
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