On Thursday we went to a Mennonite pig farm with some BAHA employees and drew blood from their pigs for testing. We did this by inserting a needle on the inside of the eye and maneuvering it to hit the vein. When we hit the vein the blood would come out of the needle and we would catch it with a small test tube. Later, we went to another pig farm, drew blood from their pigs and then castrated an adult boar for them.
On Friday we went to Martz Farm, a beautiful inn with cabanas, guest houses, and a tree house for rent. The owners also have 16 horses. We went and gave the horses physical exams and administered dewormer and a rabies vaccine. Afterwards, we got to go on a trail ride on the horses up a large hill. I rode a mule named Comanche. At the top of the hill there was a beautiful view of the river and forest.