Cedar Grove Veterinary Services

23 Hwy RR
Cedar Grove, WI 53013

(920)668-6212

www.cgvet.com

 

Large Animal Services


  

 

Cedar Grove Veterinary Services is proud to offer state of the art medical care for our large animal clients.  Although dairy cattle work makes up the bulk of our large animal practice, we also offer our services to the owners of goats, sheep, camelids, and swine.

 

Our services include but are not limited to the following:

~ Preventative medicine (treatment protocols, vaccination protocols, milking protocols)

~ Reproductive management (pregnancy diagnosis, ultrasound, fetal sexing, reproductive protocols)

~ Epidemiology (diagnosis and management of disease outbreaks)

~ Management Consultation (training and education of farm employees)

~ Facility Consultation (Stall + housing design, ventilation design)

~ Diagnostic testing (Blood Chemistries, Necropsy and tissue sampling, environmental sampling, Johnes testing, Tuberculosis testing)

~ Individual sick animal care

~ Surgery

~ Obstetrics

~ Emergency Services

 

It is our goal to help our clients maximize production while at the same time being an advocate for the welfare of the animals. This helps to ensure consumers the highest quality end-product that is produced in the most ethical manner possible.

 


Large Animal Newsletters

September 2019 BEEF QUALITY ASSURANCE (BQA): WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO DAIRY FARMERS?
July 2019 THE HOLSTEIN BREED AND ITS INBREEDING PROBLEM
June 2019 JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH!!
May 2019 TRANSITION MILK: WHAT IS IT AND HOW CAN IT MAKE CALVES HEALTHIER?
April 2019 CALF DIARRHEA: WHEN FLUIDS SHOULD BE GIVEN
March 2019 GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE AND COWS: WHAT IS THE REAL STORY?
February 2019 TIPS FOR DEALING WITH THE AFTERMATH OF THE WINTER WEATHER BLAST
January 2019 FDA REPORTS A 33% DECLINE IN ANTIBIOTIC USE IN FOOD ANIMALS
December 2018 CAFFEINE MAY NOT BE JUST FOR THE FARMER ANYMORE
November 2018 CONTROLLING RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN DAIRY CALVES
October 2018 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT MILK QUALITY AND MILKING PROCEDURES
September 2018 USING HISTORY TO APPROACH NEW TECHNOLOGY AND THE DAIRY INDUSTRY
August 2018 BIRD CONTROL SOLUTIONS ON DAIRY FARMS
July 2018 DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR UTERINE DISEASE IN DAIRY COWS
June 2018 JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH!!
May 2018 FARM SAFETY: KEY WAYS TO KEEP YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES SAFE
April 2018 ACTIVITY MONITOR SYSTEMS ARE CHANGING THE WAY WE BREED COWS ... AGAIN
March 2018 JOHNE'S DISEASE: ALL THE INFO YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW BUT WERE TOO AFRAID TO ASK
February 2018 VETERINARY FEED DIRECTIVE: IT HAS BEEN ONE YEAR ALREADY
January 2018 TIPS TO HANDLE THE STRESS OF A DAIRY FARM: REMEMBER YOU ARE NOT ALONE
December 2017 AGE OR SIZE? HOW SHOULD I DETERMINE WHEN TO START BREEDING MY HEIFERS?
November 2017 ARE ALL ELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS FOR CALVES THE SAME?
October 2017 THE MYTHS IN MASTITIS
September 2017 CALCIUM NEEDS IN YOUR HERD: MORE THAN JUST MILK FEVER
August 2017 PROBIOTICS AND PREBIOTICS: WHAT GOOD CAN THEY DO FOR YOU?
July 2017 HEAT ABATEMENT STRATEGIES FOR THE SUMMER
June 2017 UPDATE ON TRANSITION COW MANAGEMENT
May 2017 HISTORY AND FUTURE OF ANTIBIOTIC TESTING BY DAIRY PROCESSORS
April 2017 IS YOUR FARM PREPARED FOR AN ANIMAL WELFARE AUDIT?
March 2017 CALF PNEUMONIA: THE DISEASE THAT WON'T GO AWAY
February 2017 ASSESSING A HERD HOOF-TRIMMING PROGRAM
January 2017 DOUBLE PROSTAGLADIN SHOTS IN YOUR TIMED AI PROGRAM: IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?
December 2016 DAIRY FARMING: A GLOBAL INDUSTRY
November 2016 WINTER IS COMING
October 2016 MYCOTOXINS: THE FUNGI YOU DON'T WANT AT YOUR FARM
September 2016 CALF VACCINATION: STRESSORS IN THE CALF MAY BE STRESSING YOU OUT
August 2016 DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR BULK TANK SLIPS ARE SAYING ABOUT YOUR MILK QUALITY?
July 2016 LET'S TALK ABOUT TWINS
June 2016 ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE VETERINARY FEED DIRECTIVE?