Farm Vet
Sheep & Beef Vet

Sheep & Beef

Practical, evidence-based solutions for your sheep & beef health issues.

Dairy Vet


Dairy farm health solutions for your Wairarapa herd, from mating to drying-off.

Lifestyle Block Animal Vet

Lifestyle Block

Animal health, nutrition & welfare for stock on lifestyle blocks & small farms.

Research & Disease in Farm Animals

Research & Disease

Recognition of disease symptoms & patterns, their prevention & control.


Veterinary Services for Wairarapa Farms

Keinzley Veterinary Solutions is a dedicated large animal vet practice serving the larger Wairarapa area, including a 24 hr emergency service. We offer a professional, caring and competitive service for all your farm veterinary needs, from dairy work to sheep & beef. We also have a range of lifestyle and boutique clients so contact us today to see how we can help you!

New Keinzley AgVet with Vet Clinic

Located in the heart of the Wairarapa, Keinzley Veterinary Solutions covers farms from Pirinoa to Pahiatua, from the Tararua ranges to the coast. We have the advantages of having several bases - in Masterton, Eketahuna, Carterton and Martinborough – which offers a great deal of convenience.

Our fully mobile team of vets have a particular interest in herd health and preventative medicine. We run workshops to help continue client education plus we enthusiastically participate in upskilling for ourselves. We organise and run trials to research disease, write papers for spreading results from these and generally like to better the health of NZ livestock. Of particular interest are farms that may be performing below expectations - we may be able to help identify various subclinical factors that will likely be making a difference to your bottom line.

We offer unbiased, professional, scientifically based advice to help you achieve optimum animal performance. Call us at any time on (06) 379 6528 to find out how we can help you improve your animals’ health and productivity, or contact us here.

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