Farm Animal Service 2020 Impact Report

The Farm Animal Service at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine plays a vital role in Ohio’s agricultural economy.

Our clinicians have experience with standard livestock such as cattle, sheep, goats, and production swine, as well as non-traditional farm animals such as potbellied/ mini-pigs, llamas, alpacas, and exotic hoofstock.

2020 was a challenging year, to say the least. Support from donors like you has made such an impact on our efforts and we are grateful for your enduring support. Thank you for making a gift to the Farm Animal service in 2020.

Your support allows our faculty, staff and students to provide care not only in our Farm Animal Hospitals but also in the field, visiting farms across Ohio and performing research projects.

With Your Support, in 2020 we:

  • Purchased a new manure system for the Farm Animal Service
  • Kicked off funding toward an internship position with our Farm Animal Service, which will provide us with us a consistent second intern- thank you to everyone who made a gift to help start make this internship a reality

With Your Continued Support, We Hope To:

  • Fully fund a second intern position so we can consistently support a second intern
  • Provide opportunities for faculty, residents, and technicians for continuing education and to present research

Support from generous donors like you makes so much possible at The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center. Watch the video below to see where else donors have made a difference in the lives of animals and people.

Want more Information?

We are happy to share more information about supporting this program. Feel free to contact The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Advancement at 614-292-3010 to learn more