VETSon Triumphs at Canada's Outdoor Farm Show, Garnering Prestigious Award for Innovation in Livestock
Woodstock, September 14, 2023 – VETSon, a leading innovator in telemedicine for veterinarians, and farmers, proudly announces its remarkable achievement at Canada's Outdoor Farm Show, where it clinched the coveted award for Innovation in Livestock. This accolade recognizes VETSon's commitment to advancing telemedicine in the veterinary industry through cutting-edge mobile technology and digital solutions.
The Innovation in Livestock award, presented at the annual Canada's Outdoor Farm Show, in Woodstock, Ontario acknowledges outstanding contributions to the agricultural sector, emphasizing pioneering solutions that improve the efficiency and work-life balance of large animal veterinarians. VETSon's triumph is a testament to its dedication to revolutionizing animal health and welfare through innovation.
The award-winning VETSon telemedicine platform provides a mobile app for farmers to connect with their veterinarian through video visits. Where the farmer can show in real-time issues with their animals as it is occurring and ability to order medication and have it delivered direct to the farm, all while enjoying the interactions being automatically recorded for the veterinary and farm record keeping. The platform allows veterinarians to be able to serve more clients in a day, and farms get more rapid access to service. VETSon is looking towards future, and will be adding animal health sensors and point-of-care tests so veterinarians can get even more data direct from the farm to help farmers make the best decision possible for the productivity of their farm as well as health and welfare of their animals.
"We are incredibly honoured to receive the Innovation in Livestock award at Canada's Outdoor Farm Show," said Dr. Glen Yates, Chief Veterinary Officer at VETSon. "This recognition underscores our commitment to pushing the boundaries of telemedicine innovation in large animal veterinary practice. At VETSon, we believe that telemedicine can improve the bottom line for veterinarians and farmers alike, while making sure that veterinary service can be accessible in a global market where veterinarians are increasingly in short supply.” For more information about VETSon and its innovative livestock solutions, please visit www.vetson.ca. The VETSon app is free to download from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
About VETSon: VETSon is a leading innovator in veterinary telemedicine, based in Oxford County, leveraging the latest technology to serve rural veterinarians and farms across Canada. Through the use of mobile technology VETSon provides a platform that is making access to veterinarians as easy as a few clicks away, all while providing the ability for veterinarians to achieve a work-life balance.