Livestock ServicesVHC’s Livestock Service serves producers as primary care veterinarians as well as board-certified experts in medicine, surgery and production consultation services. Field service clinicians are available to make farm calls, and hospital clinicians are available for client animal care in-house for beef, dairy, swine, sheep, goats, and camelids.
Call the VHC Large Animal desk at 785-532-5700 to schedule an appointment.
Renovations in Livestock Services
Due to current renovations, alternative receiving is slightly north of the current livestock entrance. Full service care for livestock patients will continue.
March 1 – mid-July, 2020: Complete renovation of livestock receiving. During this time, we will continue use the alternative receiving area (north location); we will work to help with unloading / movement and holding while animals are at the VHC
For questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 785-532-5700.
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