The Farm Animal Services of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is a dedicated group of specialists in medicine, surgery, reproduction and preventive medicine who diagnose and treat diseases of cattle, goats, sheep, pigs and camelids. Whether it is a problem with an individual animal or a herd, our veterinarians and technicians are committed to working with producers and other veterinarians to find solutions.
The Farm Animal Service staff strives to provide economically-sound diagnostic and treatment options for commercial producers and advanced, state-of-the-art veterinary care for valuable breeding animals and livestock pets. The livestock handling and hospitalization facilities of the Large Animal Teaching Hospital are equipped to provide advanced diagnostic and treatment amenities to all food and fiber animal patients.
Whether it’s an inpatient or outpatient service, excellent patient care is provided by faculty and technicians who are experienced in livestock diseases and husbandry.
Primary care is available for animals of local producers in the Southeast, and referral services are provided to veterinarians from all over the United States.
Read the 2016 Farm Animal brochure.