A New Antibiotic

D. E. Larsen, DVM New drugs were often exciting, and some of them allowed veterinarians to change the way they treated a group of diseases. One problem in cattle practice was getting drugs into an animal in an adequate dose and for a sufficient period of time. We had a penicillin that would give usContinue reading “A New Antibiotic”

Don’t Die on Me Now

D. E. Larsen, DVM I could hear the old ewe breathing as I approached her in the open pasture. I grabbed her by her long wool, and she made no attempt to move.  This summer heat must be unbearable for her. It didn’t look like she had been sheared in a couple of years. IContinue reading “Don’t Die on Me Now”