Dr. Samuel Cofield
Trigg County Veterinary Clinic
81 Roger Thomas Rd.
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Species Interest: Bovine, Canine Bovine Procedures: Artificial insemination, Breeding soundness examination - female, Breeding soundness examination - male, Castration, C-section, Design and implementation of estrus synchronization/TAI programs, Diagnosis and treatment of mammary gland disorders, Dystocia management, Elective abortion, Fetotomy, Infertility workup - male, Management of post-partum disorders (i.e. uterine prolapse, RP, metritis), Neonatal examination, Nutritional consultation, Ovariectomy and/or ovariohysterectomy, Production medicine, Rectal palpation for breeding management, Rectal palpation for pregnancy diagnosis, Semen collection and evaluation, Treatment of the sick neonate, Ultrasonography for abnormalities of the genital tract, Ultrasonography for breeding management, Ultrasonography for pregnancy diagnosis If you do Bovine Reproductive work please select the type you do the most:: Beef Only Canine Procedures: Artificial insemination – vaginal, Castration, Cryptorchid castration, C-section, Diagnosis and management of mammary disorders, Dystocia management (after office hours), Dystocia management (during office hours), Management of post-partum disorders (i.e. eclampsia, metritis, SIPS), Neonatal examination, OFA, Ovulation timing, Pregnancy diagnosis – abdominal palpation, Pregnancy diagnosis - ultrasonography, Semen collection and evaluation, Vaginal cytology
Equine Procedures: Artificial insemination with fresh or chilled semen, Castration, Dystocia management, Fetotomy, Management of post-partum disorders (i.e. uterine prolapse, RP, metritis), Neonatal examination, Rectal palpation for breeding management, Transrectal ultrasound for breeding management, Treatment of the sick neonate
What year did you join SFT?: 1993 Are you an ACT Diplomate?: No College where you received your veterinary degree?: AUB What year did you/will you receive your veterinary degree?: 1979
Are there Diplomates of the American College of Theriogenologists in your clinical practice?: No