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SVCC 2016

sydney-vital-cancer-conference Dear All, Sydney Vital is proud to host its annual scientific conference  on Wednesday 23rd November. The conference will showcase the current progress in cancer research to which so many of you directly and indirectly contribute. You are cordially invited to attend the conference or parts of it. The programme consists of the following …

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October Medical Staff Council Meeting

    The next monthly Medical Staff Council Meeting will be on 24th October 2016 at 5:00 pm. Venue:Medical Lounge, Vanderfield building.If you have items from your department that you would like to include in the agenda feel free to  contact me 02 9463 2239 (Vilma Ongsitco).    

RNSH 2016 Medical Ball

There are 3 ways to buy tickets: Online- visit http://www.rnshrmoa.com/tickets to pay securely via paypal or credit card (powered by Eventzilla) Cash at the JMSU office Cheque at the JMSU office Table preferences (tables of 10) and dietary requirements can be sent to rnshball@gmail.com no later than 29th October. JMSU office is located on the …

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Symposium to celebrate the career and contribution of Professor Stephen Hunyor, 8th October 2016 @ the Kolling Institute, 2-4 pm followed by afternoon tea/coffee

Medical Staff Council Meeting September 26, 2016

The next monthly Medical Staff Council Meeting will be on September 26, 2016 at 5:00 pm. Venue is still the same Medical Lounge, Vanderfield building.If you have items from your department that you would like to discuss you can contact me 02 9463 2239 (Vilma Ongsitco). Would highly appreciate your attendance.

Lambing

This month our merino ewes should lamb. They were joined with Border Leicester [1, 2] rams approximately five months ago. [1]     Australian Border Leicester Association. Why Border Leicester? http://www.borderleicester.com.au/#!why-borders/cee5. Accessed: 2016-7-28. [2]     Wikipedia contributors. Border Leicester sheep. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Border_Leicester_sheep&oldid=732158075, 30 July 2016. Accessed: 2016-8-9.

Border Leicester Sheep

“Border Leicester sheep (1,2) were imported to Australia in 1871, where they now have a large number of stud flocks. Border Leicester rams are used for mating with Merino ewes to breed the first-cross mothers that are so valuable for the production of prime lambs. Border Leicester Merino cross ewes produced in this way offer the …

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Feeding Cattle

Coming out of winter, the cattle will begin to calve.  Supplementary feeding with lucerne hay.  At this time of the year, there is a risk of grass tetany.  For this reason, the hay is supplemented with causmag (1). Lick blocks are also put out. (1) Anon, Grass tetany in cattle | NSW Department of Primary Industries. Available …

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Merino ewes after shearing

Drenching

Merino ewes sheared on 28 July,  being drenched, prior to lambing later this month.

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