Dr. Tyson Buyer is a graduate of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, SK. Tyson was raised on a beef farm outside of Carbon AB until 2012 when his family moved to Carnduff, SK. Tyson has always had a keen interest in large animal medicine and farm animal reproduction. After high school, Tyson completed his Bachelor Degree of Animal Science from the University of Saskatchewan prior to entering Vet school. Dr. Buyer was awarded the Amstutz Scholarship in 2013 and the Merck Student Recognition Award, each for outstanding performance as a large animal veterinary student in North America. His main areas of interest are in herd medicine and farm animal reproduction. Tyson enjoys playing hockey, baseball and spending time at the lake with his wife and two daughters.
Brittany spent her later years of high school barrel racing with friends; which then turned into heading west to Lakeland College for three years. While rodeoing on the college rodeo team in four events she also completed her diploma in Ag Business Marketing and Office Administration. Brittany qualified for the Canadian College Finals Rodeo for two consecutive years and continues to rodeo/jackpot every summer. In her spare time, you will find Brittany spending time with her family, travelling, graphic designing and riding her horses.
Madison grew up west of Calgary and is the 6th generation on her family’s ranch where they operate 250 head of commercial Angus cattle and 50 head of purebred Red and Black Angus. Madison attended the University of Alberta in the Bachelor of Science Animal Health program for 2 years and completed her certificate in Graphic Design through SAIT. Madison enjoys showing cattle, riding horses, hunting, painting and graphic design.
Mandi was born and raised on her parents mixed farm outside of Innisfail, AB. She attended Olds college where she earned her Diploma in Agriculture Business then went on to earn her Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture Business at the University of Saskatchewan. Mandi has had a variety of career experiences within the agriculture industry across the prairie provinces in the last 10 years. Currently, she, her husband and daughter operate a mixed farm outside of Pierson, MB. When not at the clinic Mandi can be found working on the farm, riding horses, playing hockey, spending time with family or travelling to Alberta.