Mr R. Edwards BVM&S DBR MRCVS (RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Bovine Reproduction)Veterinary Director
Rob grew up on a family dairy farm and qualified from Edinburgh in 1999. He was awarded the Diploma in Bovine Reproduction from the University of Liverpool in 2012 and is recognised by the RCVS as an Advanced Practitioner (Bovine Reproduction). Rob is currently studying for an MSc thesis on the diagnosis of subclinical lameness lesions in dairy cows, at the University of Bristol. His main interests are dairy and beef animal production medicine. Rob also manages a high health status herd of 120 pure and crossbred Stabiliser beef cows, on the family farm, and is a Multiplier breeder with the Stabiliser Cattle Company. Rob is a member of the British Cattle Veterinary Association and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners. Mobile: 07968 997137
Mr H.I. Williamson BVM&S MRCVSVeterinary Director
Ian qualified from Edinburgh University in 1980 and worked across England and Wales in both small animal and mixed practices before settling at Cain in 1987. Ian developed an interested in the farm animal side of the business and became a Director of Cain in 1996.
Simon Wilson BVSc MRCVSVeterinary Director
Simon qualified from Liverpool University in 2009 and started working in Llansantffraid soon after. He grew up on a dairy farm in Yorkshire so has always enjoyed farm work. Simon became a director of Cain Vets in September 2017. Outside of work, he enjoys gardening, DIY and tending to his ever-growing flock of chickens, geese and turkeys.
Liz Watson BA VetMB MRCVSVeterinary Surgeon
Liz joined Cain Vets in January 2017 after having spent the first five years of her career as a farm vet in Devon, with a brief spell working a calving season in New Zealand. Liz enjoys the variety of work, especially surgery and obstetrics. In her spare time Liz enjoys exploring the hills, walking with her dogs and husband.
James Coope BVSc MRCVSVeterinary Surgeon
James began working at Cain Vets in September 2010 after graduating from Liverpool University. He enjoys all aspects of farm veterinary work especially sheep flock health and surgery. Outside of work, his hobbies include fishing, cooking and DIY. James would like to have a flock of sheep however is currently happy with his tropical fish.