Tyson Buyer awarded for outstanding achievement
Cam and Tracy Buyer of Carnduff, SK are proud to congratulate their youngest son Tyson Buyer, on his graduation from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, SK on June 2, 2016. Born in Three Hills, Alberta, Tyson grew up in the Carbon and Three Hills area until his family relocated 5 years ago to Carnduff, SK. At this time, he completed his Bachelor Degree of Science at the University of Saskatchewan and was further accepted to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. While being raised on a ranch and deeply involved in agriculture, Tyson developed a passion for the bovine and equine industry and even more specifically feedlot health, bovine and equine genetics, and large animal reproduction technologies. Throughout his schooling as Tyson continued to develop this passion he was honored to be awarded the American Association of Bovine Practitioners Amstutz Scholarship presented to exemplary Veterinary Students who display a keen interest in and are seeking a career in bovine veterinary practice as well as the AABP Merck Animal Health Scholarship awarded to students who show an exemplary commitment to strengthening the health and well-being of cattle. Upon graduation on June 2, 2016 Tyson was further awarded the Zoetis Otto Radostits Memorial Award for his outstanding achievement in Bovine Health and Care. Looking to further develop his interest in embryo transfer, genetics and reproduction, Tyson also completed an externship at Republican Valley Animal Centre in Alma, Nebraska as well as Feedlot Health Management in Okotoks, Alberta. Tyson and his wife Ashley, now reside on an acreage south of Moosomin, SK where he is practicing at Valley Flats Veterinary Clinic. We are excited to have the two of them living close by and leading the veterinary management of our feedlot and livestock herd.