We offer a comprehensive list of bovine services including Herd Health Programs, Individual Medicine, Vaccine and Treatment protocols, Pregnancy diagnosis (ultrasound and palpation), Pre-breeding Palpation, Export Testing, Breeding Soundness Evaluation, Nutrition Consultation, Artificial Insemination.
INNOVATIVE & COMPLETE
Mobile Veterinary Services
Ranchland Veterinary Services is a full-service mobile large animal veterinary clinic serving both beef and equine clients in South East Saskatchewan and Southern Manitoba. Founded by Dr. Tyson Buyer, the company provides client-focused veterinary medicine with an emphasis on performance through herd health programs, individual medicine and genetic progression.
WHAT TO EXPECT
With our team you can expect complete veterinary medical, surgical and herd health services for both cattle and horses. We are a full service mobile veterinary clinic providing large animal ambulatory and emergency services in addition to reproductive services. We are equipped with a mobile laboratory for all of your reproductive service needs
WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE
We are a full service mobile large animal clinic providing complete animal care for large animals including reproductive services. We provide thorough veterinary medical, surgical and emergency care on farm. Our embryo transfer services and donor flushing are performed on farm with a mobile embryo unit. We are a young progressive practice that is capable of meeting your ever changing needs. Feel to give us a call to see how we can assist you.
VERY DOABLE SYNCHRONIZATION PROGRAMS
Several factors must be considered when deciding what AI synchronization program to use in your herd. One of the first is whether you have the time to heat detect yourself or if you want timed breeding. Cost is a consideration, as timed AI programs require more financial commitment and more passes through the chute.
SEVERAL BENEFITS TO PALPATING HEIFERS
Many commercial producers, purebred producers and heifer sales management are realizing the benefits of palpating heifers before breeding. A lot can be learned from the procedure, which can also be done at pregnancy checking. It involves a more thorough exam than simply determining if heifers are pregnant.