The Shock of it All

D. E. Larsen, DVM Ag had called, “We have a cow with a prolapsed uterus out in the calving pasture. Alice and I are going to bring her into the barnyard. Can you come out and get a look at her?”      I glanced at the clock, it was almost midnight. I thought toContinue reading “The Shock of it All”

Don’t Be Too Smug

D. E. Larsen, DVM I pushed the winch out to the end of the track and jumped up on the truck’s bed. I secured a chain around the hocks of the dead horse. With the shackle secure, I connected the hook on the winch cable to the chain and lifted the horse up and pushedContinue reading “Don’t Be Too Smug”

The Doctors Voss

I need to preface this little story. Dr. Voss was a Equine Ambulatory Veterinary at Colorado State University during my years as a student at that school, (1971 – 1975). He was an excellent instructor and veterinarian and very well liked by all the students. He went on to become Dean of that school andContinue reading “The Doctors Voss”