Alastair Foote
Alastair Foote.

In an announcement unveiled at BEVA Congress in Birmingham last week, Rossdales Laboratories is to be the new name for Beaufort Cottage Laboratories.

According to the company, BCL has been providing a “comprehensive” laboratory diagnostic service – specifically designed for equine veterinary practitioners throughout the UK and abroad – for more than 40 years.

During that time, there have been significant advances to the technology and services available to their clients.

Looking to the future

Rossdales Laboratories’ managing partner Alastair Foote said: “We are always looking to the future and our new name is a natural progression for the laboratory, which is an important and intrinsic element of the range of services offered by Rossdales.

“Our clients will continue to receive the same first class services they have come to expect from our laboratory, where we will continue to develop our tests and technology to ensure we remain market leaders in our field.”

View your activity >

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of
avatar

wpDiscuz

related content

Vets are being challenged to help researchers from the University of Liverpool as they attempt to establish the impact of fluke infection in horses across the UK.

4 mins

A former pet shop that had been lying empty for years has had a £100,000 makeover to open as a veterinary surgery.

3 mins

CVO Nigel Gibbens has launched a Government Veterinary Services blog to create a place for Government vets to share stories about the varied roles they undertake.

4 mins

Karen Perry describes two new approaches to stabilising the luxated patella in dogs, as well as a new form of subsequent pain relief post-surgery.

20 mins

The RCVS has announced the winners of this year’s Queen’s Medal and Golden Jubilee Award – the highest honours the college can bestow on a veterinary surgeon and veterinary nurse.

4 mins

Brooke, The Donkey Sanctuary, SPANA and World Horse Welfare have formed a coalition that aims to support the implementation of the first ever global welfare standards for working horses, donkeys and mules.

4 mins