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Pipestone Veterinary Services News

  • Ventilation Guidelines

    With temperatures fluctuating this time of year, ventilation can be tricky business.  Here are some basic guidelines and checklists to keep your pigs healthy and you stress-free.         Fundamentals Curtain Barn 1. Spread fans 1 degree per 10 CFM and max of 4-degree spread 2. Delay to...
  • Award Highlights

    We’ve always been proud of the great group of people working at Pipestone and the farmers we work alongside.  It’s hard not to be with some of the outstanding honors they have received lately! Don Buhl – Siehl Prize Dr. Cameron Schmitt – 40 Under 40 Casey Neill – Early Career...
  • PEDv: Journey from China to United States

    When PEDv hit North America in 2013, it had many in the swine industry scratching their heads wondering how and why?  For any of you that were listening during your high school history classes, history tends to repeat itself.  Dr. Scott Dee with Pipestone Applied Research knew that in order...
  • Spring Labor Saving Tips for Cattlemen

    By Dr. Larry Goelz Spring is a busy time of the year with beef cows calving and corn planting around the corner.  One of the best parts of being a Veterinarian is learning about the innovative ways some of our client find to save time and labor.  Take a look...
  • Salmonella in Dairy Cattle

    By Dr. Curt Vlietstra Salmonella in dairy cattle can be a devastating disease in cows and calves of any age or stage of production.  Treatment is difficult, and protection from vaccines is no guarantee, which makes this one of the more frustrating diseases for farmers and veterinarians to deal with.  Salmonella...
  • What You Need to Know About the Food Safety Modernization Act

    We work in an ever evolving industry.  Evolving with technology, and evolving for the consumer demanding transparency and trust in the food they bring home to their families.  Food Safety has an increasing influence on consumers.  Understandably, they want to trust that their food is safe and was raised responsibly. ...
  • New Swine Nutritionist Joins Pipestone Grow Finish Team

    The Pipestone Grow Finish team has added a second nutritionist to provide additional resources, research and nutritional services to Pipestone System shareholders and individual clients.  Jon De Jong joined Pipestone Grow Finish earlier this year and will be working with nutritionist Casey Neill. Jon is a native of Orange City, Iowa, where he grew...
  • Dr. Dee Receives Howard Dunne Award

     Dr Scott Dee received the American Association of Swine Veterinarians’ 2016 Howard Dunne Memorial Award during the association’s 47th Annual Meeting February 29 in New Orleans, LA.  The award recognizes an AASV member who has made important contributions and provided outstanding service to the association and the swine industry. Dr Dee was...
  • Weaning Time

    For the purpose of this article, we will consider weaning lambs that have had access to creep, have been in dry lot with their mothers and are being weaned at approximately eight weeks of age. First, let’s discuss the ewes. Grain should be removed two or three days prior to...
  • Mastitis

    Mastitis in sheep, from my view point, is poorly understood. In acute mastitis, treatment targets salvaging the ewe and seldom, if ever, does the infected portion of udder remain functional. As to whether sub-acute mastitis exists and shows up following years is anybody’s guess. Then you have the OPP people...

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