At this Minnesota dairy farm one of the cows has been off her feed after giving birth. She has a displaced abomasum or “twisted stomach.” To fix the problem, the vet makes a small incision in the cows side, releases the gas in the blocked off section of stomach, pulls the section of out a bit at a time to take out the twist, and then stitches the section of stomach to the abdomen wall to prevent it from twisting again. The whole process takes about an hour.