Adding fat to dairy Ration

Here is a link to an interesting article on different fat categories we can add to dairy cow ration. Protected fat in dairy ration

Unwanted or obsolete pesticides and livestock medications

Between September 20th and September 30th there will be a FREE collection of your unwanted or obsolete pesticides and livestock médications. This is a great occasion to clean out the barn of all these unused items in a SAFE way. You will find a location and a date by clicking on the link!

Producer meeting 2016

We are pleased to invite you to our annual half day conference and lunch. This meeting will be held on March 24th, 2016 and will be at the Casselview Golf Club. Our speaker, Dr Thomas Divers is the section chief of Large Animal Medicine at Cornell University. Two topics will be discussed: 1. Non-infectious abdominal diseases in the cow – DAs, rumen bloat, cecal problems and small intestinal disorders. 2. Non-nutritional causes of diarrhea in adult cows; Johnes, Salmonella etc. We are looking forward to seeing you there! An invitation is being mailed to you with further details. Please contact our office at 613-443-5489 to confirm your presence.


Producer day!

You are cordially invited to our customer appreciation luncheon and seminar on March 12th, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.

at the Casselview Golf Club in Casselman. This year we have a dynamic speaker, Dr Rick Grant, who will talk Learn more…

Genomic Information Seminar

Embrun Veterinary Services is pleased to invite you to attend a seminar on Genomic Technology. Dr. Dan Shock is our guest speaker and the following topics will be covered:

A brief introduction to genomic technology:

  1. The level of accuracy and reliability that genomic testing offer.
  2. Why use genomic testing technology?
  3. Advantages to using CLARIFIDE.
  4. How to use genomic testing results to maximize benefits.
  5. Proper sample collection and submission.

 Genomic testing is changing the way dairy producers make management, genetic selection, and breeding decisions on the farm. Identifying cattle with high genetic potential leads to greater profits down the road. This presentation will outline the practical information that dairy producers and veterinarians need to take advantage of this technology.

This meeting is taking place on Tuesday, December 16th at 7:00 P.M. – 9:30 P.M. at the Knights of Columbus Hall (5 Forget St) in Embrun. It is available in English only but the vets will explain points in French as necessary.