> Stuart Bruere
Stuart qualified from Massey University in 1979 and first practiced in Ruatoria for 3 years as an employee of the Gisborne Vet Club.
Stuart qualified from Massey University in 1979 and first practiced in Ruatoria for 3 years as an employee of the Gisborne Vet Club. In 1983 he shifted to the Wairarapa and practiced in partnership for a small 2 man practice for 14 years.
In 1997 he established Chapel St Veterinary Centre (now Vet Services Wairarapa), his key objective for doing this was to establish a contemporary veterinary service for both rural and urban customers.
Stuart's main responsibility in the practice is to service the farming community doing routine veterinary work such as pregnancy scanning cows, vasectomising rams, calving cows, attending to sick animals etc.
He has a special interest in the investigation of trace element deficiencies of livestock and in recent years has enhanced the services of the clinic by providing consultancy services to farmers wanting full animal health plans. Stuart also contracts his services to commercial pharmaceutical companies to test new products on farm animals.
He is married to Pam and has 4 children and 5 grandchildren. His interests are travel, cycling, golf, gardening and cricket watching.
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