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Mission Statement

The mission of Dairyland Veterinary services is to be the best provider of Bovine and Equine Ambulatory and consultation services through exceptional service, increasing and sharing our knowledge base and providing progressive services with set goals and plans to exceed our clients' expectations while always acting as a team.

What We Do

Dairyland Veterinary Service is located in the heart of Kewaunee County. We also provide equine veterinary services to Door County, Brown County, Manitowoc County and the surrounding Green Bay area. Our clinic supports a staff of 7 veterinarians involved in dairy production medicine and is comprised of a blend of experience, educational background, and specialized interests in the dairy industry. They are equipped to troubleshoot farm performance problems and assist in farm planning, as well as address the traditional medical and surgical cases found on dairies today. In addition to the dairy industry, the clinic serves a number of other species including horses, goats, llamas, alpacas, and beef cattle. The clinic provides scheduled routine service as well as 24 hour emergency service.

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  • Dr.
    Mike Burchard

    Dr. Mike grew up in Lindenhurst, IL and completed his undergraduate studies at UM-Twin Cities. He received his DVM from Iowa State in May of 2018. Mike's professional interests include calf raising, embryo transfer, and milk quality. In his free time, he enjoys watching the Chicago Bears and Chicago Cubs, fishing, hiking, reading, and playing sports. 

  • Dr.
    Mike Heiman

    Dr. Heiman grew up on a dairy farm 15 miles east of Madison in Deerfield, WI. He went to undergraduate college at UW-River Falls and graduated from UW-Madison in 1995.

    Professionally, he enjoys all aspects of dairy practice and has been involved in heifer raising, facilities design, nutrition, mastitis and reproduction programs. Mike developed and implemented an Embryo Transfer program for the practice. He lives in Kewaunee with his wife and 3 children.

  • Dr.
    Kevin Rockow

    Dr. Rockow grew up in New Holstein, WI, attended undergraduate college a UW-Stevens Point and graduated from UW-Madison Veterinary College in 1995.  

    Dr. Rockow has been working as a Dairy practitioner since then. He is interested in all aspects of dairy medicine, especially nutrition. He lives in Casco.

  • Dr.
    Matt Schaefer

    Dr. Schaefer is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine.

    He is involved in all aspects of large animal veterinary medicine but has special interests in equine dentistry, sports medicine, preventative medicine, and nutrition. He travels all over Northeast Wisconsin and the upper peninsula providing specialized dental maintenance of competitive and pleasure horses. He and his wife Renee live in Howard and have three children. Matt enjoys long distance running and coaching soccer.

  • Dr.
    Scott Wiley

    Dr. Wiley grew up in Mauston, WI. After high school he did his undergraduate work at UW - River Falls. He got his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1992.

    He has worked at Dairyland Veterinary Service since then. He enjoys preventative medicine. He is interested in finding and addressing farm bottlenecks and enjoys working with farm expansions, new building design, biosecurity, stall design, and building renovations. He often is part of the farm strategic planning, working with all aspects of the management team. Scott lives in Kewaunee with his wife Hong. They have 2 children that are both currently in college. His interests are camping, hiking, canoeing, and biking.


  • Dr.
    Bill Koffman

    Dr. Koffman grew up on a dairy farm in Eden, WI. After high school, he joined the Navy as an electronic technician for 6 years.

    He then enrolled at Iowa State University and received a BS in Dairy Science in 1984 and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. After graduation, he began working at Dairyland Veterinary Service. He has interest in diagnostic and preventative medicine and business and personnel management. He and his wife Barb live in Luxemburg. His hobbies are woodworking, trapshooting, reading, and piano.


  • Dr.
    Phil Pearson

    Dr. Pearson received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota.

    Phil has been with Dairyland Veterinary Service since 1985 and an owner since 1990. He is a very versatile veterinarian with many unique skills. He has many established herd health clients and takes on Equine clients as well. He and his wife Ruth live in Casco. They have four children and one granddaughter. His interests are hunting and golfing and enjoying Wisconsin’s beautiful outdoors.


New Office Hours effective Dec. 1, 2018

Our Regular Schedule - Call for 24 hour emergency service 920-837-7766

Clinic Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Feedback from our clients

  • ""Excellent and very knowledgeable clinic and staff. Very supportive of area's youth, their projects, and organizations!""
    MARTY NOWAK/LUXEMBURG, WI
  • ""It's been a pleasure to have Dr. Matt as my vet for the past 21 years. He and the staff at Dairyland have always been kind & helpful.""
    MARY PRISCO/GREEN BAY, WI
  • ""I cannot say enough about them! Very helpful with my potbelly pigs! I am so VERY happy I found them!!! They are so willing to help you and not deplete your bank acct!""
    SHAWN CRIBB/GREEN BAY
  • "We love you Dr. Matt! You helped Apollo keep his eye sight, you never got frustrated with my 5 million questions, you were very patient and always explained things so we could understand what was going on with him. Your staff is great at returning phone calls and making sure patients get exactly what they need. You have been the best vet ever."
    DENISE WERY/GREEN BAY
  • "I want to give a huge shout out to Dr Matt Schaefer with Dairyland Veterinary Service. I had been struggling to get weight on Kahlua. She wouldn't eat anything I put in front of her. Dr Matt came out and looked at her and we discussed her attitude and habits. He had a good feeling she had ulcers so he suggested treating her with ulcerguard. I got her on it and she is just 2 days from finishing the 28 day treatment. The change in her is phenomenal. She's put on weight and now looks perfect!
    And today, for the first time in months, she finished all of her grain!"
    ASHLEY THOMPSON