2014 AABP Video Contest– Help Jenn Holle ’12 Dairy Science Win an Easi-Scan Ultrasound!
Vote for Jenn here
*It only takes a few minutes! All you need is ONE email address.
Vote by October 19.
More about Jenn:
I grew up on a small family-owned and operated dairy farm in Baldwin, WI. As the youngest of three children, I was expected to pull my weight by doing chores alongside my brother and sister. I did everything from feeding calves, milking cows, helping with field work, and caring for sick cows. Visits from the local veterinarian became my favorite time to be in the barn, as I got to help with regular herd health checks and watch various procedures.
Being involved in many aspects of the farm as well as showing cattle through 4-H lead me to study Dairy Science at the University of Wiconsin-Madison during my undergraduate career. I became actively involved in organizations such as Babcock House, Badger Dairy Club and the Association of Women in Agriculture. I grew to love my classes that related to herd management and dairy cattle reproduction. During the spring of 2012, my dream of becoming a veterinarian came true when I was accepted to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine.
Since beginning veterinary school my love for dairy cattle and enthusiasm for bovine veterinary medicine continued to grow. Last year I became treasurer of our school’s Bovine club and this year I am serving as the club’s Co-President. From September 18-20,2014 I had the opportunity to attend the Annual Convention for the American Association of Bovine Practitioners. During my time at the conference I visited old friends, made new connections and participated in the annual student Quiz Bowl. I also decided to record a video for the annual BCF Ultrasound competition…little did I know that I would be selected by BCF Technology as a finalist for this year’s Ultrasound competition…which is why I am asking for and determined to get YOUR vote!!!
So WHY vote for me? Consider this a free and simple way that YOU can have a HUGE impact on a future veterinarian, her clients and their cows, and ultimately our consumers. Consider it a vote for a young, determined farm girl who will use this technology to pay it forward by helping the hardworking producers and their cattle who influenced her to stay involved with this exciting, progressive field of agriculture.
Please visit http://www.northamerica.bcftechnology.com/blog/2014/october/video-contest-finalists-and-voting to check out my video!
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