Dystocia is a Sow

 D. E. Larsen, DVM The sun was rapidly sinking behind the hills on the western side of the valley when I finally pulled into George’s barnyard. It had been a long trip to Lacomb. I didn’t like to travel this far for a call because it took more time than I could get an adequateContinue reading “Dystocia is a Sow”

A Potential Wreck

D. E. Larsen, DVM Joan was a new owner on a ranch on Brush Creek. Joan was an older lady and had a ranch in Eugene. When we first met, I thought she seemed knowledgeable about cows. But in the last few months, Joan has been moving more cows from her ranch in Eugene. AtContinue reading “A Potential Wreck”

A Hard Job Made Easy 

D. E. Larsen, DVM It was about nine in the evening when the phone rang. I looked at Sandy, almost wanting to ignore the call. It glanced out the window, and even in the dark, I could see it was raining hard.  “You better answer it,” Sandy said. I picked up the phone and said,Continue reading “A Hard Job Made Easy “