|What kind of parlor do you use for a moose? Peder Cuneo, DVM, MS at a Russian
On both dairies there was a tremendous amount of hand labor. On the first dairy most of the cows were milked by hand. “But the cattle were well taken care of and everybody I met really cared about the animals and producing quality milk,” says
|Peder Cuneo, DVM, MS, demonstrates surgery techniques on a Russian dairy.|
The second dairy was owned by a single individual. The attending veterinarian had been there for several years and knew each cow and its full history (milking about 400 head). The major problem was down, weak cows post-calving, but this area of
“All in all it was a great experience and I hope to do more projects like this in the future,” says
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