Meet our Farm Team
Clinical DirectorBVSc MRCVS DBR
Tonia grew up in Knutsford and graduated from Bristol University in 2007. Her career has seen her work in farm and dairy practices, and she has a particular interest in holistic approaches to production medicine. She holds a diploma and is an advanced practitioner in bovine reproduction, and loves exploring rural Bedfordshire with her young family.
Senior VetMA VetMB MRCVS
Sarah joined the Hampden team shortly after graduating in 2004, and has a passion for livestock farming. She likes to apply the latest knowledge and innovations to her work, and loves to focus on the individual (particularly when dealing with the challenges of calving or lambing), whilst also considering the whole herd or flock and the financial side of things.
Veterinary SurgeonBVetMed MRCVS
Originally from West Yorkshire, Caroline graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2017. After working in a mixed practice, she decided that farm work was her passion and joined us in 2020. She particularly enjoys calving and lambing, and spends much of her free time walking (and spoiling) her Labrador, Poppy.
Veterinary SurgeonMA VetMB MRCVS
Hannah graduated from Cambridge University in 2017, and gained experience at a farm practice in Sussex before joining the Hampden team in 2019. She loves all aspects of farm work, and is especially keen on sheep flock health. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, watching movies and catching up with friends.
Margarida (Maggie) Ferrador
Veterinary SurgeonMSC MRCVS
Maggie graduated from Lisbon University in 2018, and began her career at Westpoint Farm Vets. She has since fallen in love with British farming, and has developed a keen interest in beef cattle medicine, fertility and surgery. Much of her free time is spent walking in the woods with her partner and their dog, Billy, and enjoying home cooked meals with family.
Veterinary SurgeonBVMSci (Hons) MRCVS
Growing up on a small farm in Bedfordshire inspired Sally to become a farm vet, and she joined us shortly after graduating from the University of Surrey in 2022. She enjoys all aspects of her role, especially herd health, and has two horses of her own that keep her busy in her spare time.
Lois joined us in 2021 after completing her foundation degree in agricultural science. She is a qualified TB tester with experience working with small animals, horses and livestock, and has shown sheep and cattle in livestock shows. In her own time, she is an avid foodie and loves walking her dog, Buzz, in the countryside.
Before joining us in 2021, Sam had worked with exotics, birds of prey, small animals, horses and dairy cows. She is a qualified TB tester, and her clinical interests include dairy farming, parasites and lab work. In her own time, she enjoys keeping fit by weightlifting and doing Crossfit workouts, as well as going on family days out with her three children.
Approved Veterinary TechnicianATT
Molly joined us in 2022 and lives on her family’s farm, which is home to lots of store cattle and breeding ewes. She loves educating others on the importance of animal health and welfare and explaining why they should opt for British meat, and is an active member of the Leighton Buzzard young farmers group. She also has a rescue dog called Nellie.
Kim has been with us since 2011 and is our designated wellbeing champion. She loves greeting our clients with a big smile, and outside of work is a very keen gardener and never without a book in her hand. She is also learning French in her spare time.
Becky joined the team in 2021, and loves catching up with our vets and hearing stories about their farm visits. She keeps Welsh cobs in her free time, which her family have bred and shown in the UK for generations, and is an avid garden who can often be found tending to her allotment. She also enjoys going to the cinema and taking part in pub quizzes.