Hot Tub Skin Infection, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM   “Doc, this is Dave, I just brought in an old cow from the back pasture,” Dave said into the phone. “I think she has a dead calf in her. I have been busy, and It has been several days since I checked those cows. I guess I didn’t even suspect thisContinue reading “Hot Tub Skin Infection, From the Archives”

Poor Planning 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Darrell was waiting at the gate when I pulled up. I hadn’t met Darrel before. When Darrell called, he told Sandy that he had just bought this place and it needed a lot of work, but he had bought a herd of cows to run on it. “Hi, Doc,” Darrell saidContinue reading Poor Planning 

Hallowed Ground, Prefaced, From the Archives

Preface   I have posted this story before on this blog, but it is the most fitting story I have for a Memorial Day post. It speaks to the tremendous sacrifice suffered from a small group of farm families living along the banks of Catching Creek, a small tributary to the Coquille River. I grewContinue reading “Hallowed Ground, Prefaced, From the Archives”