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Image - Andrew BradleyRCVS Recognised Specialist in Cattle Health and Production

Andrew and his wife Kate (also a vet) founded Quality Milk Management Services in early 2005, with the aim of establishing a laboratory and consultancy service for the dairy industry, focussed on providing a flexible approach that added value to laboratory results.

Andrew qualified from Cambridge Veterinary School in 1993 and after two years in dairy practice returned to University to do a PhD investigating novel approaches to mastitis vaccination. Since gaining his PhD and further clinical qualifications Andrew has been active in mastitis research. As well as being Director of QMMS, Andrew also holds the post of Clinical Reader in Dairy Production Medicine at the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.

Andrew currently has no spare time - much to Kate and his 3 children's disgust!

RCVS-Recognised Specialist in Cattle Health and Production

Image - James Breen

James qualified from the Bristol Veterinary School in 1998 and after 5 years in predominantly dairy practice, returned to Bristol to do a PhD on aspects of mastitis control. He obtained the RCVS Diploma in Cattle Health and Production in 2008.

He currently divides his time between working for the Orchard Veterinary Group, being a vet for several dairy farms in the Glastonbury area, a Lectureship at the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science and consultancy and research with Quality Milk Management Services. His interests are in monitoring dairy herd health and production and the diagnosis and control of bovine mastitis.

In his spare time James enjoys spending time with his baby son and watching as much rugby as he can!

Geoff  Ley is director of SUM-IT Computer Systems which he founded in the 1980s.  He refuses to allow his picture to be published on line! SUM-IT provides software solutions to both farmers and agriculture more generally.  Geoff comes from a farming background in North Devon and has been central in transforming the other authors analyses and concepts into the functional program known as TotalVet.

Both Martin Green (Professor of Cattle Health and Epidemiology) and Chris Hudson (Clinical Lecturer in Dairy Health and Production) have advised and contributed to the development of TotalVet and have an ongoing input into development of the software.

Follow the links to see their profiles at the University of Nottingham