Veterinaire bedrijfsbegeleiding op melkveebedrijven: prioriteiten, tijdsinvulling en -declaratie
Woudenbergh, A. van
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Veterinary farm guidance has of old mainly consisted of fertility guidance. Although this has changed, fertility guidance for both veterinarians and farmers has still the highest priority in farm guidance, quickly followed by udder health. Feeding is a part of farm guidance that has a higher priority for veterinarians than for farmers. The estimation by veterinarians of spending time on the different parts of farm guidance does not match with the reality. Fertility guidance takes less time than veterinarians think. Whereas young stock rearing and social contact takes more time than estimated by the veterinarians. Veterinarians do not declare all the time they spend on farm guidance. From the time they spend on preparation and farm guidance they charge 72% to the farmer.