My Cow Is Sick

Updated: Feb 8, 2020



There are always times when you will need a vet. But we have found that onsite visits for our small homestead are very expensive. Especially when our cow Stevia, pictured above, went down after calving. We have been so blessed to have a vet who will teach us the things he’s pretty sure we can do ourselves the next time. Don’t ever assume you can’t learn a lot of this stuff!


The other thing that has been an immense blessing is finding the following books. We highly recommend Hue Karreman's books. you can get them on Amazon.













And always remember that the best treatment for your animals is a good defense. Healthy living conditions on good grass and rotational grazing will fix most of your problems before they happen.


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