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Louisa, Virginia 23093

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October 1, 2019

As we all know Central Virginia has not received appreciable rainfall now in nearly 8 weeks in some counties.  This is a scary fact and it is going to affect us all.  Here are a few thoughts to consider regarding maintaining your livestock in drought conditions....

August 14, 2019

Fair dates are: September 29th to October 8th, 2019

                    "Where are EWE going??"

Health Certificates are required for entry into the State Fair. If you haven't already made an appointment, call the office now to...

July 23, 2019

 With record high temps expected for the Summer here are a few tips for helping your animals avoid heat stress...

  •  Remember that the animal's core body temp stays

     elevated until very late at night...if you need to handle an animal or treat a sick animal, do...

March 4, 2019


Spring may not be here, but the stomach worms are, and they are in record numbers!  We typically start thinking of doing the Spring deworming when the days start to get longer and warmer and the grass starts to get green.  This year I am urging you to re...

January 8, 2019

Due to the record rainfall I would strongly encourage everyone to vaccinate for Clostridium.  Most of you would know this as “black leg”, but it actually contains 6 other strains of the bacteria.  Clostridial bacteria form spores so they can live a long time in the dir...

Tips for preventing Vomitoxin in livestock feed 

  • Vomitoxin is a mycotoxin naturally produced by fungus in the form of molds in plants that may able hazardous to human and animal health if consumed in the feed. 

  • Typically the most susceptible species are pigs an...