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Herd Health

  • Record analysis

  • Vaccination protocols

  • Diagnostic testing

  • Certificates of veterinary inspection

  • Dehorning

  • Castration


Reproductive Programs

  • Ultrasound pregnancy diagnosis

  • Herd infertility work-ups

  • Heat synchronization programs are modified and designed to fit the individual farm's needs

  • Abortion diagnostics


Embryo Transfer

  • Complete super-ovulation programs available with the ability to freeze and store domestic embryos

  • Transfer of your purchased frozen embryos by 4-step or direct transfer methods

  • Sales of frozen embryos from top-quality Vermont and Wisconsin dairy herds


Spanish/English Employee Training and Translation

  • Veterinarian prepared trainings for calf care, maternity pen management, basic physical exam and treatment protocols, milking procedures, safety and biosecurity. Other topics may be developed to fit farm needs.

  • Translation of in person meetings to communicate animal health concepts and care expectations

  • Bilingual protocol development, posters and other visuals

Milk Quality

  • Individual cow mastitis clinical case culture for causative bacteria including mycoplasma and prototheca

  • Bulk tank culture

  • Delaval SCC Counter 

  • Milking System Equipment Analysis (no parts or repairs) - VaDia units test vacuum levels at unit claw and teat ends, pulsation, unit on time etc.

  • Milking procedures, teat end and hygiene evaluation


Dry & Transition Cow Management/Monitoring

  • Body Condition Scoring on a monthly and/or weekly basis to prevent metabolic disease

  • Anionic Salt (DCAD) feeding monitor by Urine pH testing close up/pre-fresh cows


Necropsy and Diagnostic Testing Services


"Successful uterine torsion calving. Both the calf and Momma are doing well too... this gal is already eating now. Just picture having to roll this cow 180 degrees twice!"

-Dr. Katie Jackson

Basic Cost Structure For New Clients
Please note our billing is subject to change. We accept cash or check, and credit cards during business hours. Payment at time of service is expected.

Please call the office (802) 758-6888 if you are interested in becoming a client and for any up to date pricing inquiries. We serve Addison and northern Rutland Counties.

By law, sale of all prescription products require a site visit to examine animals within 1 year.
* Call charge: cost for us to drive to your home/farm for each visit. To be determined depending on distance from our office in Bridport, VT.
* Professional Time/hour: time spent is prorated
* Emergency fee day time: any urgent call reported during regular business hours
* Emergency fee weekends/nights: Any urgent call after hours. Your call will be taken by an answering service and you will get a phone call back from the veterinarian on call ASAP
* Cost for medication and supplies 

Veterinarian's Oath

As a member of the veterinary medical profession, I solemnly swear that I will use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society. I will strive to promote animal health and welfare, relieve animal suffering, protect the health of the public and environment, and advance comparative medical knowledge.

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