Dr. Lacey Fahrmeier grew up on an Angus seedstock operation in central Missouri as the oldest of three children. She was very involved in all aspects of the ranch and quickly realized the importance of health and husbandry to the success of the program.
Her interest in animal health led her to Black Hawk East College and then Kansas State University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in animal science and was a member of the livestock judging team. Prior to pursuing a career in veterinary medicine, Lacey worked in marketing as a fieldman and then as national ad sales manager for the publications at the American Simmental Association.
Lacey received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Kansas State University in 2016 and stayed on to complete an internship in livestock medicine and surgery. Following the internship she accepted a
position as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Kansas State College of Veterinary medicine teaching students and providing ambulatory services in the livestock department. While at K-State she was part of a team that conducted research on beef cattle lameness and vaccination programs.
Lacey enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and feels fortunate to be joining the Stillwater team. She has special interests in large animal reproduction and bovine lameness. She and her husband, Brad Fahrmeier, are excited for the opportunity to improve their ranch near Roberts and grow their Angus cowherd. They are thrilled to be in the area and look forward to serving the community.
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