Back Road Equine Veterinary Practice
Digital Radiographs (X-rays), can be taken without a power supply, but price may be adjusted accordingly and quality decreases
Vaccinations, Wellness exams, Coggins, Health certificates (30 day and 6 month)
Dental (teeth floating) with Powerfloat - battery operated, no power supply needed!
General medicine including Neurologic, Respiratory and Ophthalmic (eye) exams
Reproductive work including pregnancy exams and artificial insemination
Field surgery (including Castration)
Nutritional consultation and Geriatric care
Lameness exams including joint injections
Ultrasound exams - for breeding/pregnancy checks, lameness, respiratory and colic/GI problems - battery operated, no power supply needed
Experience with many breeds and sizes including Miniatures, Drafts, Donkeys, Mules and everything in between.
Farm calls only, based in Kechi, KS
Not sure if your area is covered? Give me a call, farm call prices are based on distance from Kechi, I am always happy to decrease the price if you have a close neighbor in the area willing to schedule on the same day
Emergency Services (Emergency fees will be charged based on current client relationship and time of day), please remember I am only one person and will do my best to see your emergency in a timely manner
due to Spam calls and non-urgent calls after hours I may not answer the phone, but will call you back ASAP if you leave a voicemail or text that it is an emergency/urgent
Saturday appointments are available if scheduled in advance
Call or text 316-201-8176 to make your appointment today
Payment is due at time of service
Cash or checks preferred, all major credit cards accepted.
I've been horse crazy as long as I can remember. I settled for riding lessons and visits to relatives with horses until I was 14, when I bought my first horse. When I was 10, I decided I wanted to be a horse veterinarian when I grew up. I've never looked back. I told my dad,
and he told me K-State had a veterinary school. I've been bleeding purple ever since. I earned a BS in Animal Science then my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State in 2010. After veterinary school I interned at referral practices in New Hampshire and Montana, then practiced in Virginia for 2 years before coming home to Kansas. I'm happy to be serving the horses and people of south central Kansas. I answer my own phone, so calls are often sent to voicemail, when sent to voicemail please leave a message or send a text indicating the nature of your call. I do not return calls if a message is not left. Feel free to text me as well (before texting or calling please consider what time it is, non-urgent questions at odd hours should be emailed instead), I often can respond faster that way. Emails are a great way to reach me with non-urgent questions.
Rachel Lindberg, DVM