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Pipestone Veterinary Services News

  • Give a Helping Ham campaign donates over 82,000 pounds of PORK!

    During the holidays we look forward to connecting with family and friends and enjoying a delicious meal with the prized ham featured in the center of the table.  However, many individuals in our communities are food insecure, and without organizations like Feeding America, would have limited to no protein to...
  • Pipestone Applied Research: 2017 Year in Review

    By: Dr. Scott Dee Happy New Year! Dr. Scott Dee, Director of Pipestone Applied Research In 2011, I joined the Pipestone team on a new journey: to lead their newly formed research division.  Pipestone Applied Research (PAR) focuses on providing production-driven research results for our Pipestone shareholders, research sponsors, and...
  • Cattle Lice

    By: Dr. Jay Bobb Last year we saw an explosion of lice on the local cattle herds, with loss of hair, constant itching and decreased performance.  Producers had lice infestations regardless of the products they had used for the fall treatment plans.  Due to a large number of questions on...
  • Weathering the Low Milk Prices

    By: Dr. Larry Goelz Throughout 2017 we have seen great production in dairy nationwide.  With a minimal increase in processing, we have entered an oversupply of milk, resulting in lower milk prices.  This oversupply has resulted in many processing plants trimming the Somatic Cell Count premiums, eliminating rBST premiums and...
  • Scours Prevention

    By Dr. Brett Kroeze It is that time of year again when we start to see new life in the bovine world.  With the new arrival of next year’s profits, it is important to try and decrease the disease processes that go along with it, such as scours. Especially when...
  • My "Pioneer Women" Experience

    Dr. Carissa Odland, Pipestone Veterinary Services I recently had the opportunity to host a group of food bloggers at a farm that I am the veterinarian for in South Dakota.  Prior to this event, I didn’t have a good understanding of what food blogging entailed aside from a couple...
  • Seeing Pipestone Core Values in Action in Africa

    Two Pipestone employees had the opportunity to see firsthand the impact that even a small contribution can make to children and families in the developing world. Dr. Jay Bobb, veterinarian, and Jenna Hauglid, Pipestone Grow Finish, Nutrition Account Manager, traveled to Ethiopia in October 2017 to tour schools and other...
  • Celebrate the Holiday Season with an Open House

    During the holiday season, it’s nice to open your home to share what you have been blessed with.  But planning a holiday get-together and put stress levels through the roof.  Here’s your easy plan to guarantee a great night with friends and family. Below is a guide to plan your...
  • Heat Stress Alleviation in Lactating Sows by Cooling Pad Technology

    Heat stress has negative effects on sow production and reproduction performance. Heat stress has multiple impacts on animal metabolism and physiology. These include: increased body core temperature, homeorhetic adaptations that increase blood flow to the skin to dissipate radiant heat, increased respiration rates to remove the excess heat, and reduced...
  • The Truth of the Matter

    Recent stories in some well-read media publications make it very difficult for consumers to weed out the difference between the truth about antimicrobial resistance (AMR) versus assumptions. Media suggests that the livestock industry is not properly managing the antibiotic issue.  Assumptions like this have led to action, such as the...

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