Neil Chesterton is regarded worldwide as a leading expert in the field of cattle lameness. He has been investigating the causes of lameness since the early 80’s and has published papers and presented seminars at world conferences on the subject. He was awarded the Australasian College Medal for his work in this field. More recently he was the 2013 recipient of the Golden Glove award given by the Dairy Cattle Vets Association of New Zealand. He has produced booklets and teaching videos covering all aspects of lameness in pasture fed dairy herds.

Neil is presenting seminars on lameness at the New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays, June 13th – 15th 10am and 2pm at the Shoof Farm Site M16-18

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