Cattle

Cattle Care

Cow herd vaccination programs, including calf vaccination, are an important component of a complete herd health management program because vaccination can reduce the incidence of disease in the herd. Vaccines contain antigens of disease-causing agents, and are used to stimulate cattle’s immune systems and create an immune response before significant natural exposure to disease-causing agents. It is important to understand that vaccination does not equal immunization. Many factors influence the immune response to vaccinations, including stress, vitamin and mineral balance, nutrition, and overall health of the animal being vaccinated. Proper timing, proper vaccines for the time of year and geographic area, route of administration, and dosage are all part of an effective vaccine program. The veterinarians at Veterinary Services design and administer individual herd vaccination protocols based upon the specific needs of your cattle.

We make on-farm calls and we have the capacity to examine and treat your cattle at our veterinary hospital.

Cattle Care and Herd Health Services Include:

  • Farm Calls
  • Herd Health Consultation
  • Vaccinations Programs
  • Breeding Soundness Exams & Semen Evaluation
  • Pregnancy Exams, including Plapate & Ultrasound
  • Tritrichomonas Testing
  • Castrations
  • Hernia Repairs
  • Ear Tags
  • Implants
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Testing
  • Brucellosis Testing & Vaccinations
  • Artificial Insemination
  • Reproduction Management
  • Dystocia (Calf Pulls)
  • Cosmetic & Regular Dehorns
  • Fecal Testing
  • Locking Patella/Desmotology
  • Post Mortem Services

Please call us today to find out more about our heard health services or with any questions or concerns regarding your cattle, or to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians.

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HOSPITAL HOURS

By Appointment Only:

Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5:30pm
(Friday Closed: 12:00pm – 1:00pm)
Saturday: 7:30am – 12:00pm

We are available to our established clients 24/7 for emergency situations