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Beef & Feedlot

 

salBeef producers in the Lancaster WI area call on the Lancaster Vet Clinic for their veterinary services. When it is time to wean calves and get chute work done, our veterinarians are here to work with you and your herd.

We can ultrasound and pregnancy detect as early as 30 days of gestation in cows and 29 days in heifers. We can detect sex between 55 and 85 days of gestation. Please call us for information regarding implant protocol, vaccination schedules, and calf care. Pasture management is key to your success as a beef animal producer and we know how to help. We can help with synchronizing pregnancies, semen testing bulls, and feeding out your calves efficiently. Keeping calfhood vaccinations up-to-date is critical for maximum survival rate and future productivity.

We will help you get those feedlot steers gaining at peak efficiency for a consistent rate of gain and top meat quality. We also have experience spaying feedlot heifers. Dr. Harper is adept at organic options as well when dealing with preventative medicine in your feedlot.

We can help answer your livestock health questions. We want your cow-calf herd to grow and prosper, and we want your feedlot operating at top performance.

Wisconsin beef

 

 

5 Tips for Your Pet's Dental Health

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We all wish for our furry friends to live happy, healthy lives by our sides. But often overlooked in pet care is a critical area that affects their overall well-being: dental health. Just like us, pets' teeth need regular attention to prevent discomfort, disease, and systemic health issues. In this article, we'll provide you with five essential tips to give your pet the sparkling, healthy smile they deserve!

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Feasting Safely: Foods Your Pet Should Avoid This Thanksgiving

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As Thanksgiving approaches, we all prepare to indulge in festive treats and a hearty Thanksgiving meal. But as pet owners, we must remember that our furry friends should not indulge in the same way. This Thanksgiving, we have compiled a list of foods your pet should avoid. Read on to learn how to keep your pets safe while you enjoy a delicious feast.

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Getting Ahead of Fleas: Your Fall Guide to Parasite Prevention

9/7/2023

As pet owners, we can attest that flea infestation can not only be annoying but also extremely dangerous to our pets. Fleas can cause severe skin irritation, anemia, and even transmit deadly diseases. As we approach the fall season, it's essential to be proactive in preventing fleas before they become a problem. In this article, we will discuss the flea life cycle, the dangers of fleas infesting your pet, signs to look out for, the benefits of flea prevention, and why you should purchase flea prevention medication from us, your trusted veterinarian.

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