Artificial Insemination

Non-invasive procedure to breed cattle, swine and does to superior bulls, boars and bucks using frozen semen (fresh chilled in the case of swine)

Bull Soundness

A complete bull breeding soundness exam is quite possibly the most effective management tool that a producer can implement to increase pregnancy rates and produce more calves faster.

Embryo Transfer

Collection, placement and freezing of cattle embryos including placement of IVF embryos, with consultation and assistance in super-ovulating donor cattle and setting up recipients

Hoof Care

Restrains animals safely and humanely with broad girth and flank straps andlays them on their side, allowing foot restraint to perform thorough exams, treat hoof problems such as abscesses, and do both corrective and cosmetic trimming effectively and safely

Disease Prevention

parasite screening, blood testing, vaccinations, trace mineral screening, Non-invasive exam of feces to determine if animal has a parasite burden, Fecal Egg Reduction count


Non-invasive procedure utilizing sound waves to visualize and examinethe reproductive tract of cattle, swine, sheep and goats to determine pregnancy, fertility status and fetal viability, gender and number (only at certain stages of pregnancy).