Services: Large Animal
Heartland Vets Offers many different services for large animals. See some of the services below or contact us for more information.
The veterinarians at Heartland are passionate about preventative health care programs and optimizing production! We strive to consistently deliver high quality herd health programs by offering services in all of the following areas:
* Reproductive monitoring to achieve your goals
* Complete udder health program
* Vaccination program development
* Fresh cow health monitoring
* Production analysis
* Calf and heifer rearing programs
* Quota management
* Cow comfort and barn design
* Nutritional services
* Agronomic services
Heartland Veterinary Services offers a wide variety of approaches when assisting you with milk quality and udder health improvement needs! Through the analysis of herd and DHI records, we can assist you in determining what types of mastitis issues you are likely to be dealing with. We also offer on-farm milking routine evaluation, protocol development, and strategies to reduce the impact that mastitis can have in your herd.
NEW TO HEARTLAND is the addition of an in-clinic mastitis laboratory where we can culture individual cow milk samples to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of specific clinical mastitis cases. With a fast 24 to 48 hour turn-around time, this new service is sure to make dealing with mastitis easier! The information gathered is then used by your herd veterinarian to tailor protocols and recommendations specific to your farm’s needs.
Providing an environment that allows for a comfortable cow or calf is the first step to creating a happy and productive animal! The Heartland team of veterinarians is willing and able to assist you in discussing barn design, bedding and space requirements, and management strategies that will ensure your animals are comfortable.
Heartland veterinarians have been offering nutritional services for many decades. We are keen to deliver a complete analysis and ration formulation program for all classes of livestock in your herd.