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
Beginning October 2019!
October 16-22, 2019: Limited in-house receiving capabilities.
After October 23: Alternative receiving (slightly north of current livestock entrance), but full service care for livestock patients.
November 11, 2019 through approximately March 23, 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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