We hand the complex veterinary needs of farms for cattle, horses and small ruminants. We conduct basic examinations of small animals and backyard farms.
Culturing of Mastitis
Mastitis is the most common indication for the use of antimicrobial therapy. However, up to 40% of clinical cases of mastitis do not actually need to be treated with antibiotics, so there is a potential for significant cost savings by evaluating these cases properly.
Healthy claws of cows are a basic prerequisite for fulfilling their genetic potential in milk production and reproduction. We perform professional functional adjustments of claws.
Our goal is to ensure a healthy herd of cows with maximum milk yield and minimal drug use, with a focus on reducing antibiotic consumption. We also train farm staff.
MVDr. Josef Prášek, Ph.D.
I was born into a family of farmers. So, growing up I spent my summers working in the milking parlour of a farm, riding around on a tractor, or working as a farm manager. Later I graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno. I then defended my thesis in microbiology.
Since 2006, I have been employed as a private veterinarian around Havlíčkův Brod. In 2009, I branched out into lecturing and advisering. Several times a term I return to my University to give lectures there. I am also a member of the State Examinations Committee on Diseases of Ruminants.