Natalie Parsons - Office Manager/Financial Co-ordinator
Natalie is a local farmer’s daughter who joined Abbey Vets back in 2003. She moved with Farm First Vets in 2008, after having a four month sabbatical where she travelled throughout New Zealand, Australia and Thailand.
She is our financial officer, but was recently promoted to office manager. Outside of work she enjoys regularly competing and hunting her home-produced horses, as well as helping out on the family hill farm. Recently she has diversified into showing sheep and has been spotted in the ring accompanied by some Badger-Faced sheep.
Tracy Morris - TB Co-Ordinator
Tracy joined Farm First Vets in February 2010. Along with reception and admin duties Tracy is our TB Administrator dealing with the TB Testing and liasing closely with APHA.
Outside of work Tracy enjoys spending time with her partner Wayne and their daughter Carys. They have a small stud breeding Welsh Ponies of Cob Type (Section C’s) which they show successfully at county level. They also keep a flock of South Welsh Mountain and Badger Faced Sheep which Carys enjoys showing locally.
Elinor Bowen - Receptionist/ Vet Tech
Elinor joined the team in 2015 with an interest for farm animals. Elinor's job role at Farm First is mainly reception work, however she is also trained up as a Vet Tech, which enables her to go out on farm to help vets with operations and calf tracker.
She is also Roms registered which enables her to do Mobility Scoring out on farm.
Outside of work she enjoys agility and scentwork with her spaniel, walking both her dogs and hacking her horse.
Sophie Robins - Receptionist
Sophie joined the practice in 2018 to complete a year-long apprenticeship in Business Administration when she passed the apprenticeship in 2019, she decided to stay at Farm First and work as a receptionist full time.
Her main role is to provide receptionist services but is always around to sort out any technical difficulties and IT support.
In her spare time, she enjoys walking her Jack Russel Poppy and caring for her rabbit and two rats. She is also an avid gym-goer so is often seen struggling to walk around the office!