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The Lancaster Vet Clinic is committed to servicing all your dairy herd management and production needs. We are able to care for your dairy herd so your cows are milking at top production. We understand the large investment you have made in your dairy cattle and farm, and we will work with you to keep your livestock in good health.

  • Calfhood vaccinations and dehorning
  • Pregnancy checks
  • Mastitis control
  • Control of foot rot and hoof diseases
  • Infusing cows
  • Reproduction efficiency
  • Johnes’ disease control
  • Chute work

Our veterinarians specialize in preventative herd management, calf care, and pregnancy detection. We have two ultrasound machines to help our producers by finding pregnancies, uterine infections, ovarian structures and abnormalities such as cysts. We also provide sex determination of the fetus between 55 and 90 days of gestation. Our clinic provides Dairy Comp 305 and DHIA statistical analysis. Call us with any concerns regarding milk quality, meat quality, mastitis, or calf care. We have printable health protocols, treatment schedules and vaccination recommendations also available.

Producer training and meetings are provided yearly along with a monthly informational newsletter. If you are considering an expanding your operation, please contact us for information on facilities, waste management, transition cow management, and cow care during expansion. We believe that prevention is the key to sick cow success, so contact us for protocols that will help prevent displaced abomasums, pneumonia, mastitis, and metritis.

We know heifers may have a difficult time calving, cows will get milk fever, and all kinds of emergencies come up, so we are on call 24 hours. We serve the greater Lancaster Wisconsin area and travel throughout much of Grant County, so contact us for your dairy herd veterinary services. 608-723-6366


Pet Fire Safety


Pets are a part of your family, and it’s essential to consider them when making emergency plans. July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day and the perfect opportunity to learn more about keeping your furry friends safe.

In this article, we’ll discuss some common fire dangers and what steps you can take to prepare your pet for an emergency.


The Gift of Health for Your Pet


As you’re shopping for the holiday season, you may ask yourself, “What’s the best gift I can give my pet?” While pet sweaters are cute and can make for adorable holiday cards, we believe the best present a pet parent can gift their pet is a healthy, happy life. When you invest in your pet’s wellbeing, you’re giving the most heartfelt gift a pet could ask for (if they knew how to speak). As a pet parent, you are your pet’s advocate for a better life. You’re like Santa but better--you have the opportunity to make your pet merrier every day of the year.


Celebrate Thanksgiving with an Attitude of Gratitude


Despite all that has happened in 2020, this year has its hidden gems. From having more time to snuggle with the cat to greeting neighbors working from home on walks with the dog, there is still so much to be thankful for as we approach Thanksgiving.


Committed to the health of your livestock and pets.