Christmas Delivery Dates 2020
17 December 2020
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10 December 2020Due to the levels of AI seen in the UK in recent weeks, a new housing order will be brought in for all bird keepers, domestic and commercial, from 14th December. It will, from this date, be a legal requirement to keep your birds, however big your flock, inside at all times. Read more
25 November 2020
Following the implementation of the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) across the UK on 11th November, a new self-assessment checklist has been created to help all bird keepers and owners to identify the measures they have in place to protect their flock.Read more
13 November 2020
Following the announcement of the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) being put in place on 11th November, The Chicken Vet wanted to share some helpful information regarding AI and the best practice husbandry protocols that will help to prevent the disease from spreading to your flock.Read more
28 September 2020
We are pleased to say that our popular Chicken Vet Poultry Multivitamins are now back in stock!
In a new 500ml bottle, our Poultry Multivitamins are a concentrated supplement formulated by poultry vets and nutritionists. Containing a mix of vitamins, minerals and amino acids with the addition of specialist essential oils and antioxidants, these are an excellent way to give your birds a boost.
To find out more information, or to buy this product, click the link below: https://www.chickenvet.co.uk/chicken-vet-poultry-multivitaminsRead more
18 August 2020
Due to the current restrictions in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the health and safety of both our staff and attendees of upmost importance, we are moving our Chicken Vet Training Days online, launching our first webinar training day in September 2020.
This will allow you to learn from the comfort of your own home, office or practice.
Our webinar training will closely follow the format of the in-practice days, covering all of the same modules
08 April 2020
We are currently living through extraordinary times and we would like to wish our customers and colleagues well during this period. The health and welfare of our team will remain 100% our top priority and we are incredibly grateful for our staff for all their hard work in keeping the Chicken Vet service as normal as possible.
We are doing our absolute utmost to keep our warehouse operational and to deliver the products to you, as well as provide the adviceRead more
31 July 2019
A very important aspect of chicken husbandry is making grit available to your birds. Commercial laying hens have a diet containing a type of soluble grit, usually in the form of limestone granules, therefore for backyard hens and ex-battery hens topping up their diet with a suitable grit is necessary.Read more