Northwood Veterinary Service, SC

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Students will be involved in all aspects of Dairy practice. Our herd sizes range from 20-2000 milking cows. They will gain experience in bovine palpation, ultrasound, reproductive management, and preventive medicine. Students will also get experience in both medical/surgical diagnosis and treatment. If they have an area of specific interest we will do our best to make sure they have exposure to it while with us.
Students will be involved in all aspects of Dairy practice. Our herd sizes range from 20-2000 milking cows. They will gain experience in bovine palpation, ultrasound, reproductive management, and preventive medicine. Students will also get experience in both medical/surgical diagnosis and treatment. If they have an area of specific interest we will do our best to make sure they have exposure to it while with us.
We have three licensed Veteriarians and a Certified Veterinary Technician on staff. We have a Veterinarian on staff who is involved in embryo transfer.
Students will have access to all journals and books at the clinic. We have three computers with high speed internet available for use, as well as a wireless network within the clinic.
Students will be expected to spend the entire day with the Veterinarian they are riding with. Our days will start at varying times depending on our clients needs. Some scheduled herd healths begin at 6:00AM. Students will be expected to ride along after hours on emergency calls. Students need to supply their own boots and coveralls while here.
Students will on average spend 8-10 hours per day, and 40-50 a week riding with a Veterinarian. This may vary depending on how busy we are. Students are free to contact us at any time for any reason while they are here.
Yes, we have housing at the clinic
Northwoods Veterinary Service, S.C.
N4867 County Road N
Birnamwood, WI 54414
715-449-2843
715-449-3160
northwoods [dot] vets [at] gmail [dot] com
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Michael Storlie DVM
Updated: 05/21/12