Dr. Clinton was raised on a dairy farm and has been involved in the agricultural community most of his life. After attending the University of Guelph as an Ontario Agriculture Collegiate 96 'Aggie', Reg went on to graduate from the OVC in the class of 2000.
Dr. Mac Littlejohn grew up on a beef, hog and grain farm in Elgin County. He graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2002 and started working for the St. Mary's Veterinary Clinic shortly after. In 2007, the St. Marys and Kirkton clinics were amalgamated.
Dr. Haight graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2005. Upon graduation he moved to British Columbia and worked at the Abbotsford Veterinary Clinic, a 100% dairy practice with a strong focus on embryo transfer and preventative medicine.
Dr. Robyn lives just outside of St Marys with her husband and two ginger boys. She is an OVC 2010 grad and has been practicing dairy medicine since graduation.
Growing up on a cow-calf operation in Northwestern Ontario fueled Dr. Rebecca Cornell’s passion for livestock agriculture. She attended the University of Guelph completing a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science with honours.
Dr. Gillian Davidson has always been interested in the dairy industry, having milked at dairy farms in Perth County and participated in 4H.
Dr. Tricia Hornsby grew up on a beef farm in Kentucky. She was active in 4H and FFA and showed Angus cattle as well as swine and sheep. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012.
Growing up on a dairy farm in Eastern Ontario has cultivated a strong interest in agriculture and the dairy industry for Dr. Janna Pietersma.
Dr. Brooke Gilmer grew up on a dairy farm in Eastern Ontario where she developed a keen interest in agriculture and the dairy industry at a young age.