Farm Animals Veterinary Services
Quality Care for Your Farm Animals
As a farmer or producer, you need to ensure your farm animals and livestock stay healthy — and that profits remain stable.
Our experienced vets at Red Hills Veterinary Hospital are here to help by providing the preventive ambulatory and in-house services you need for your animals, including routine vaccinations and health certificate examinations for cattle, goats and pigs.
Our veterinary team also offers a diverse selection of in-house services to help keep farm animals from East Wyoming healthy. Please contact our Gillette veterinary team with any questions about your specific circumstances or to book appointment.
Cattle & Farm Animal Care
Our vets provide experienced, compassionate care for farm animals of all sizes, with an eye on health and safety for both animals and their caretakers.
Our veterinary services for cattle include:
- Routine exams
- Bangs vaccinations
- Treatment for injuries or illness
- Breeding soundness checks, pregnancy exams and c-sections
- Health certificates
- Health certificates and permits
- Tuberculosis testing with advance notice
- Trichomoniasis testing and certification
- Laceration repairs / wound management
- Internal medicine consultations
- Herd health management
- Estrus synchronization
In our large state-of-the-art facility or on your farm, our vets at Red Hills Veterinary Hospital are can provide the guidance, advice and effective diagnostics and treatment needed to restore and maintain your animals' good health.
Large Animal Services FAQs
If your cattle or other farm animals have never been seen by our vets before, you are bound to have questions.
Please take a few moments to browse through the answers to our most frequently asked questions about farm animal care from our Gillette vets.
- Which farm animals do you specialize in treating?
Our vets are skilled in the treatment of cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and turkeys.
- What can I expect at an appointment for my farm animal?
When we examine your farm animal during a routine exam, we will check your animal's overall health. A full physical examination will be performed and appropriate preventive care recommended. We'll answer any questions you may have regarding your animal to help ensure their health and longevity.
- Do you make farm calls?
Yes. We make farm calls for routine healthcare, health certificate examinations and consultations during our regular business hours. Contact us to arrange a time for one of our vets to visit your location.
- Can you assist with reproductive health needs?
Yes. Our vets are trained in identifying, managing and monitoring reproductive health in your farm animals, including:
- Obstetrics procedures
- Herd reproduction evaluations and management consultations
- Palpations or ultrasonography to determine pregnancy and reproductive status
- Breeding soundness exams
- Can you provide health certificates?
When moving animals across state lines, or internationally, a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) is required. Our vets are certified to provide health certificates for farm animals.
- All animal(s) must be inspected by a veterinarian within the last 10 days to issue CVI.
- CVI is valid for 30 days from the date of animal inspection.
- Additional testing or criteria may be required by individual states or events. It is important that you verify this prior to scheduling your veterinary visit.
- We require a minimum of two days notice prior to issuing a CVI.
- Are you able to perform surgery?
Our veterinarians offer limited surgical services to for large animals. Please contact us to learn more.