Clover Acres Livestock Vet

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Mount Holly, VT  ·  CALVS provides routine and emergency (24/7) veterinary care for farm animals including: sheep, goats, cattle, horses, alpacas, llamas, pigs, and poultry.
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How is your farm medicine cabinet these days? It's always a good idea to check for supplies before an emergency happens! Here are 11 tips for keeping it up to date

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Springtime in Vermont is a good time to schedule Horse Vaccinations - we can come to you! More info in our latest blog post: http://www.cloveracresvet.com/blog/745/spring-2017-vaccines-rabies/

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I was surprised by the number of people commenting on my organization and being able to keep track of all the breeding choices of my goats. I really think my years of doing genealogical research h…

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#goatvet says great advice about biosecurity and quarantine

says great advice about biosecurity and quarantine

Our Simple Farm: Goat Health 101 - Internal Parasites  #goatvet is accredited for FAMACHA and runs courses  http://www.goatvetoz.com.au

Our Simple Farm: Goat Health 101 - Internal Parasites Goat vet is accredited for FAMACHA and runs courses

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