Milking Machine Tester
Company Vehicle Fleet Manager
Murray joined MVS in September 1988 as a technician and has been part of the furniture since then.
Murray covers a wide area in assisting vets in the day-to-day running of the dairy side of the practice.
He is a qualified milking machine tester who can look at solving machine problems as well as the MVS Vehicle Fleet Manager.
His interests outside of work include playing golf and watching most types of sport on TV.
Large Animal Technician
Trevor joined MVS in April 2003 as part of our Farm Services team.
Trevor is a valuable member of the Farm team who brings many years of skills and experience to support our Farm veterinarians. Trevor’s main areas of expertise are calf disbudding, leading the Teatsealing Team, vaccinating, inserting boluses and processing milk and grass samples. He also assists our Farm vets in the field. This includes data entry at pregnancy scanning and assisting with reproductive programs. You will also often see Trevor delivering goods on farm.
Outside of work Trevor enjoys spending time with his family and has a keen interest in most sports especially the V8 Supercars and supporting The All Blacks.
Katelyn Roberts – BVTech
Katelyn joined us January 2019 as part of our Farm Services team.
She graduated Massey University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology and is very excited to commence her Veterinary Technician career with MVS.
Katelyn assists the vets and technicians in many of their every day activities and particularly enjoyrs vaccinating and calf dis-budding. She is keen to learn and refine her skills during her new role.
Outside of work she enjoys playing futsal and tennis, exploring the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.
Spore counts remain similar to last week
February 15, 2019
Score yourself a free Chiefs Polo….
February 13, 2019
Spores are now detectable on all monitor farms, but a lack of moisture is keeping counts ‘in check’ for now…
February 8, 2019
Grass samples tested this week from the MVS Monitor Farms have shown the following : Hinuera – 6,600 spores/gram Matamata – 4,000 spores/gram Te Poi – 6,600 spores/gram Tirau – 10,000 spores/gram Walton […]