MOO-ving on: the next step in bovine ultrasonography - Ireland - 21st November 2019

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Are you currently using ultrasound for your bovine pregnancy checks? If so, can you advise the farmer to expect a bull or a heifer calf? Can you tell the difference between the ultrasound appearance of follicular and luteal cysts? Do you want to be able to estimate the stage of pregnancy more accurately?
If the answer is ‘yes’ to these questions then this is a course for you.

This highly practical day aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to get the most out of your bovine ultrasound exams. You will not only learn how to recognise and evaluate structures using ultrasound, but also how to incorporate your findings into the herd management strategy of the farm. This is accomplished through a mixture of lecture sessions, case based discussions and practical on-farm scanning.


What’s covered?

  • Foetal sexing
  • Determining the stage of pregnancy
  • Cystic ovarian disease – follicular or luteal?
  • Endometritis & pyometra



John Dawson, B.V.M.S M.R.C.V.S CERT. CHP


Bingham’s Farm
203 Sevenmile Straight
Co. Antrim
BT29 4YR


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We will be holding the basic bovine scanning course the day before this advanced course. For full information on the basic course please click here.



IMV imaging customers IE: £350 / €420
Non-IMV imaging customers IE: £400 / €480

For bookings requiring an invoice or for pre-paid or complimentary course places organised with our Account Managers, please contact [email protected] 


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2. Your Company

3. Your Animals

We do require a minimum of 4 dogs to run the ultrasound courses.

If you cannot bring any dogs, please call us on +44(0)1506 460 023 to discuss your booking.

4. Your Booking

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Above prices include VAT.

Please contact [email protected] before proceeding with payment if you have a complimentary course place or discount to apply to your booking.

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