There is instruction set documentation in the back of each Pic datasheet that explains how many Cycles each instruction takes.They vary on how far the branch can go.
Look up the instruction set and it will explain in detail.
So long as there is room for code you can use as many calls or goto's that you like.
Main coding ... ... call lcd1 ... ... call lcd2 ... ... lcd1 display: 'pump on' return lcd2 display: 'ump off' return
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