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Pipestone Veterinary Services News

  • Preparing Cattle For Winter

    As winter approaches, there are many steps that need to be taken to prepare your cattle.  Because we never really know how long, how cold, and how wet and snowy any given winter will be, the best approach is to plan for a severe winter, be ready to address any...
  • College Friendship to Long Term Partnership

    A college friendship led to new opportunities and a long term partnership for Pat McGunegill and Dean Stoltenberg. Pat grew up on a farm in Indiana and attended college in Waterloo, Iowa.  He became friends with Justin Stoltenberg from Jasper, Minnesota, visited the farm owned by Justin Stoltenberg's parents Dean and...
  • Dried Distillers Grains and Ram Fertility Reseach

    Written by: Dr. J.D Bobb Research done by M.L. Van Emon may give us some insight to ram fertility issues we have been seeing over the last several years.  Antidotal stories of questionable rams associated with diets high in feed byproducts finally might have some research to back their stories...
  • Zactran: Some Hope for Foot Rot in Sheep

    Foot Rot has been one of the most frustrating and stubborn diseases in the sheep industry.  Many good flocks of sheep and producers have gone by the wayside in attempts to clean up their flocks.  We had a good vaccine until about five years ago and have not been able...
  • Straight Talk: October 2014

    As I write this portion of straight talk we have just finished up with the Minnesota State Fair and are headed to Alaska for some Silver Salmon fishing. It is a short trip, but will be joined by our friend Dennis Aanenson who dates back to my earlier sheep years...
  • Drug Availability: Sheep & Goat News October 2014

    At a recent sheep symposium, a panel discussion occurred and it was the opinion among the group that ASI wasn’t doing enough on internal parasites, including working to gain approval of anthelmetics used overseas in countries from which we import lamb from. I would say just the opposite.  ASI probably...
  • Pipestone Discovery Barn

    This summer, the Sioux Empire Fair in Sioux Falls, SD celebrated their 75thyear, “Diamond Jubilee”, of providing summer fun to the community.  And what better way to celebrate this landmark year than the grand opening of a building dedicated to educating the Sioux Empire area on modern crop and livestock production...
  • Pork Ambassadors

    At Pipestone, we are committed to all aspects of the pork industry, and that commitment doesn’t get left at the office.  We take our passion for promoting the pork industry to our homes, friends, and communities.  In 2014, Pipestone County was represented by three young individuals that are sons or daughters of...
  • Feed Mill Checks: Mixer Efficiency Test

    Performing a mixer efficiency test should always be on the radar screen; however, it can be easily overlooked. Properly mixing the ingredients is a must do to provide the proper nutrition in every mouth full of feed. Kansas State University performed a nursery trial evaluating different mixing time.  As you...
  • Growing with the Future in Mind

    Sustainability has become a popular term in recent years to define everything from protecting the environment to ensuring the viability of family farms over multiple generations to many other facets of modern agriculture. For the Braun family of LeSueur, Minnesota, sustainability isn’t a new concept.  They’ve been growing and managing...

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