Bovine Services

Welcome to the Production Medicine section of WMVS. WMVS has the equivalent of four doctors dedicated to production animal medicine and surgery. A complete array of health programs and protocols are designed specifically for each dairy, cow-calf or feedlot enterprise.

Enjoy your tour of our website and do not hesitate to contact us for an appointment if, at the conclusion of your tour, you have unanswered questions about our services.

Animals requiring more immediate care will be scheduled at the earliest available time. After hour emergency services are also available.

Farm Animals: 616.837.8151


Health Management

WMVS doctors place an emphasis on developing and maintaining current and effective health management programs tailored for each farm to insure highly productive and financially successful herds. As a member of each farm’s management team, it is our goal to be the primary source of current, evidence-based medical knowledge and expertise and new or changing technological information.

Herd visit appointments are made with a specific veterinarian on a schedule based on a herd’s needs.

Preventative Herd Health

The key to maintaining animal health is through routine preventative care. Our doctors will work with you to customize a preventative herd health program to meet your goals.


Such services include:

  • Vaccination program development

  • Reproductive services

  • Fresh cow wellness programs

  • Treatment program development

  • Calf care program development

  • Disease outbreak investigations

  • Employee training in general husbandry, humane handling & basic medical care

  • Facility and ventilation consultations

Reproductive Herd Health

Reproductive performance plays a critical role in the financial success of a herd. Our doctors have extensive training in the use of portable ultrasounds to provide the best possible service to our clients. Below is a list of just some of the information a reproductive ultrasound exam can provide:

  • Pregnancy detection as early as 28-days post-breeding

  • Definitive identification of ovarian structures

  • Detection of twin pregnancies

  • Determination of fetal sex at 55-75 days gestation

  • Identification of reproductive diseases and abnormalities

  • Evaluation of the health of the reproductive tract post-calving

The health of an individual animal is vital to the health of a herd, no matter what the size!

Health Management



100 North 68th Avenue
Coopersville, MI 49404 


(616) 837-8151
(616) 837-7853 fax 


Mon.-Fri. 8:00 AM -5:30 PM  

Sat. 8:00-3:00 (Small Animal)

Sat. 8:00-noon (Equine and Farm Animal)

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