- Embryo Transfer Flushing (See Advanced Reproductive Services)
- Breeding Soundness Exams (See Advanced Reproductive Services)
Dairy Doctors offers a comprehensive reproductive program for our clients. Ultrasound is a key component that allows us to be more efficient and accurate at pregnancy diagnosis and helps us do a more thorough evaluation of the reproductive tract. Dairy Doctors utilizes the most up-to-date and proven reproductive programs that best fit your herds’ needs.
- Abdominal Surgery
- Umbilical Hernia Surgery
- Cecal Torsion
- Cesarean Section
- Caslick’s Surgery
- Urethral Extension Surgery
- Cosmetic Dehorning
- Hock Surgery
- Hemorrhagic Bowel Syndrome
Dairy Doctors Veterinary Services provides a full range of surgical procedures. We offer routine abdominal surgeries for the correction of displaced abomasum, umbilical hernia, cecal torsion and the treatment of Hemorrhagic Bowel Syndrome. We also perform reproductive surgeries such as Cesarean Section for abnormal calving and Caslick’s and Urethral Extension surgery to improve reproductive performance. Cosmetic dehorning and hock surgery are also performed on show animals.
Dairy Doctors Veterinary Services, using strong scientific research, will work with you to develop comprehensive treatment protocols based on the farm and skill sets of employees to maximize successful outcomes. With good record keeping methods, Dairy Doctors can effectively oversee and evaluate drug use to help prevent milk and meat residues, evaluate management information, and monitor herd health.
Treatment protocols will ensure:
- Proper record keeping
- Proper drug use
- Food safety
- Management/economic information
This process is an effective and achievable way to address food safety and ultimately proper drug use.
Dairy Doctors offers In-House laboratory services to provide quick turnaround time in the treatment of the affected animal. Services include:
- Fecal Samples
- Total Proteins
- Blood Chemistry
- Milk Cultures (See Milk Quality)
Dairy Doctors also utilizes a variety of outside laboratories to aid in diagnostic treatment, identify genetic traits and meet the requirements for sending animals to other states or countries.