Kyabram: 03 5852 4600     Nathalia: 03 5852 4646


Sheep Services

Kyabram and Nathalia Veterinary Clinics have vets with experience and interest in sheep medicine, surgery and flock management. Our sheep services range from obstetrics, pre and post lambing disease in ewes, advice on parastie control, fertility and nutritional advice.

Prevention of disease is more effective than cure! We advise that sheep flocks and hobby farmers routinely look at faecal egg counts as a way of determining whether drenching is necessary. We can also use this information to provide advice on pasture management and parasite resistance.

Lamb morbidity and mortality can be a big problem facing sheep flocks and we run a service in conjunction with the DPI to look at causes of lamb disease and death so we can advise you on the best way to prevent it.If you would like any further information then please call us at the clinic.


Ambulatory Services

Our veterinary team offer a comprehensive range of equine health services at client’s properties and at our purposse built facilites in either maffra or Warrnambool. 


Pre and Post Lambing Diseases

Diagnosis and treatment of pre and post lambing diseases in ewes including pregnancy toxaemia and nutritional deficiencies



Our vets are experienced in lambings, caesarean sections and prolapse treatment for sheep.



Ewe fertility. Pre-joining examinations of rams and ram fertility. Ram vasectomy for teaser use.


Parasite Control

Faecal egg counts  Advice on parsite control and management, pasture management and parasite resistance.


Disease Prevention

Diagnosis and treatment of sick sheep on an individual and flock basis. Lamb morbidity and mortality  causes in conjunction with the DPI.



Inhouse diagnostics are supported by our labs, ACE Laboratory Services and Worm Logic our parasitological laboratory providing comprehensive diagnostic services. 


Nutritional Advice

Nutritional advice for optimum production performance. Prevention and treatment of nutritional conditions, ie Rye grass staggers, grain overload. Trace elements, mineral deficiencies and toxicities.