Neil-Chesterton2013Neil Chesterton, a veterinarian in Dairy practice in New Zealand, has spent the last 40 years studying the causes of lameness. He travels for 3 to 4 months each year presenting seminars and investigating lameness problems in dairy herds.

Neil will be at Warrnambool Racing Club for this exclusive seminar hosted by Warrnambool Veterinary
Understanding Cow Behaviour – Your Best Defence Against Lameness!

Your choice of two sessions …

Date and Times: Wednesday 15 June at 11 am –  2 pm or 7 pm – 9 pm
Venue: Warrnambool Racing Club, Grafton Road Warrnambool.

RSVP Required by Friday 10 June on 5561 7666 – LIMITED SPACES BOOK EARLY

  • master_chesterton_pop_upDo more than 10% of your herd get lame in a 12 month period?
  • Do you have a lot of white-line lameness?
  • Do your cows lose weight when they get lame?
  • Do you need to use some pressure with backing gates to keep the herd flowing?

If you answered Yes to any of these questions, then this seminar is a must for you and your entire team.

Visit Neil’s informative website at and view the video clip at

You will learn things about cow behaviour that will surprise you and it will change the way you handle cows!

  • Cost: $15 per Head or $49 per Farm – split your farm team over two sessions!
  • Refreshments provided

Download the Seminar Flyer here!

RSVP Required by Friday 10 June 2016. 
Call Warrnambool Veterinary to book a place for your team on 5561 7666