On this weeks episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll get to hear from Dr. Marissa Hake, DVM.
Dr. Marissa Hake is a graduate of Michigan State University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and a Masters in Public Health. Her interests include young-stock care and handling, pre-harvest food safety and antibiotic mitigation strategies. She is currently the staff veterinarian for Midwest Veal, LLC and is responsible for the welfare and health of over 30,000 veal calves. Dr. Hake spends most of her day working with small, family-owned veal farms throughout Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. She lives with her husband Travis and their son McCoy in NW Ohio where they cash-crop farm, raise wean-finish pigs, raise replacement heifers and beef cattle.
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