Large Animal Services

We provide large animal services to a wide variety of animals including cattle, horses, pigs, and small ruminants. We do offer farm calls and have a transportable hydraulic chute. Many procedures that we do are not specifically listed on this page. Please call us if you are interested in a service and we will do our best to accommodate you!

Services Available:

  • Equine Treatment and Care
    • ​Coggins Testing
    • Colic Treatment
    • Dental Care
    • ​Vaccinations
  • ​Herd Health and Feedlot Consultations
  • In-House Pharmacy and Supplies
  • Livestock Sales
    • ​​We provide services at Oberlin Livestock Auction every Monday.
  • ​Parasite Control
  • Processing
  • Reproductive Services
    • ​Pregnancy Diagnosis
    • Dystocia
    • ​Bull Fertility Tests
    • ​Tritrichomonas Test
    • Heifer Exams
      • ​Pelvic Measuring
      • ​Reproductive Tract Scoring
    • ​Ultrasound Exams
      • ​Pregnancy Diagnosis
      • ​Fetal Aging
  • ​Surgical Services
    • ​Cancer Eye Removal
    • C-Sections
    • Displaced Abomasums
    • ​Heifer Spays
    • Prolapses
    • Toe Amputations
    • ​Wound/Abscess Management
  • ​Treatments
    • ​Bloat
    • Lameness
    • Neonatal Calf Care
    • Hoof Trims
  • ​Vaccinations
  • Castration
  • Dehorning
  • Emergency and Urgent Care
    • We have a veterinarian on call 24/7 to provide you with any emergency situation that arises if you are unsure if your situation is an emergency, please call.


*24 Hour Emergency Service Available.*

Office Hours

*24 Hour Emergency Service Available.*


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8:00 am-5:00 PM


8:00 am-5:00 PM


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Large Animal Spotlight

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