Bovine Advanced Scanning: Non-Repro - Antrim - 20th November 2020

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Have you ever wondered what else you can use your EasiScan for?

Ultrasound is commonly used in farm animals as a method of pregnancy diagnosis and to evaluate the female reproductive tract for changes. In addition to these applications, ultrasound can also be a diagnostic tool to investigate many other LA anatomy & conditions which are seen on-farm. Some examples include traumatic reticuloperitonitis, LDA, umbilical hernia, pneumonia, udders, teat stenosis, testes, and OPA in Sheep.

This is a practical course which will cover many useful on farm applications for your EasiScan.



The day will be relaxed and designed for maximum hands on learning. 

Please arrive at 9.00am for tea and coffee, ready to begin at 9.30am. We will aim to finish for 5.30pm.  


What you'll need

Please bring any wellies, waterproofs, gloves, gel etc. for the practical scanning portion of the day.

You may bring you own scanners, but this is not necessary as there will be enough on the day.



John Dawson, BVMS MRCVS CertCHP



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




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

- Discounts available for booking 2 day bovine courses, please contact us for details. 


For pre-paid or complimentary course places organised with our Account Managers, please contact [email protected] or complete our booking form online.


For any other booking or payment enquiries please contact [email protected].

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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.

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