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Large Animal Care

Our large animal veterinarians at New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center have been here since 1981 to support your livestock’s health. We provide high-quality care for cattle, horses, goats, sheep, pigs, and more. From routine healthcare and prevention to treatment of diseases, disorders, and injuries, we offer the services your large animals require for optimal health.

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Quality Care for Large Animals

As a producer or farmer, you need to make sure your livestock and other large animals remain healthy and that your profits stay stable.

Our veterinary team at New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center are here to provide you with high quality on-farm veterinary services.

Our ambulatory and on-farm services range from routine vaccinations and preventive care to minor surgeries, treatment of reproductive issues, breeding soundness exams and various herd health programs. 

We also provide 24/7/365 emergency veterinary care. Contact us for any questions you may have about your circumstances or to book an appointment.

Equine Dental Care 

We float horses at your farm or stable using a battery-operated power float so we can level points, hooks, and ramps, level arcades, and perform basic extractions, if needed, of retained caps and wolf teeth.

Our veterinary team is always here to provide guidance, advice, and effective diagnostics and treatment.

Large Animal Veterinarians at New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center

Experience in Large Animal Care

Our large animal vets serve New Ulm, Brown, Blue Earth, Nicollet, Renville, and Sibley Counties and beyond, with compassionate and professional care. We prioritize safety for both our patients and their owners, who range from producers to breeders to farmers. 

Our services for large animals include:

  • Routine exams
  • Preventive medicine including establishing vaccine and treatment protocols
  • Herd health programs (vaccinations, feed consultations, youngstock evaluations, and reproduction evaluations)
  • Treatment for individual animal injuries
  • Nutrition recommendations
  • Veterinary Feed Directives
  • Pregnancy checks and ultrasonography
  • Emergency obstetrics procedures
  • In-house hematology, biochemistry, testing, and microbiology
  • On-farm surgery
  • Post-mortem examinations
  • And more

FAQs About Large Animal Service

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     Welcoming New Ulm Animals to our Animal Hospital

    We are happy to welcome pets and livestock to our family! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of your companion pets and large animals. Get in touch today.

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