Dr. Yelle owns and runs At The Farm Mobile Veterinary Service, Inc. In 2012, she graduated from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine where she specialized in Large Animal Medicine. She has done stints with solo practitioners in California and also gained in-house experience with the UC Davis Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital. Also known as Michaela, Dr. Yelle grew up in Wilton, CA. Steeped in the ranch lifestyle early on, she had a deep passion for raising horses and sheep. She owns an Arabian horse and enjoys trail riding, horse camping, and hiking. Dr. Yelle specializes in animal reproduction, preventative medicine,and herd health. We are a Large Animal Mobile Clinic-Ready To Come To You! We specialize In Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Llamas, Alpacas & Horses.. We offer Appointments & Emergency Services.. We offer a complete range of services that can be customized to fit your requirements. These services include: DENTAL CARE, EMERGENCY SERVICES, LACERATION AND WOUND TREATMENT, ORTHOPAEDICS AND LAMENESS EVALUATION, REPRODUCTIVE NEEDS, VACCINATIONS & DEWORMING.. Transportating big farm animals, cattle, and various kinds of livestock from the farm to veterinary clinics isn't only impractical, it is also fast becoming the thing of the past. Out here in Grass Valley, CA, we offer an expedient solution: mobile veterinary services from At The Farm Mobile Veterinary Service, Inc. We travel to various farms to provide our services to cattle raisers & livestock farm owners. You can call us anytime to request appointments or emergency services. Tell us about your farm animal concerns and we will provide you with the best solution. Every time we come over to your farm for a visit to discuss livestock caring needs with you, the emphasis will always be on providing you with the best livestock healthcare solution. To achieve this, we volunteer information, guidance, and recommendations to help you make smart cattle business decisions. Animal healthcare is decidedly an ongoing process that cattle raisers and farm owners need to follow. Proactive animal healthcare allows you to jump the gun on potential threats to the well-being of cattle and livestock.