Another Set Of Eyes On Your Herd

If you’ve got a problem on your dairy farm and need another set of eyes, the Wisconsin Farm Center can be that second opinion.

Dr. Lynae Schott is a veterinarian with the Wisconsin Farm Center’s Herd-Based Diagnostics Program. She reminds us that their services are free and they’re ready to help. The HBDP helps Wisconsin dairy herds of all sizes and management types. It provides veterinary consulting and diagnostic testing services, including issues related to stray voltage.​

Available at no cost to program participants, the Farm Center’s licensed HBDP veterinarian helps producers investigate concerns with milk production, milk quality, herd health, and more.

Farmers interested in participating should contact the Wisconsin Farm Center to get an application: