Founder of Hoofstock Genetics, LLC
Texas A&M University, Class of 2005
Bachelors degree in Animal Science and a Masters degree in Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology. During his graduate work at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine Todd studied early gene expression in embryos produced by cloning and in vitro fertilization. Specializes in Embryo Transfer, IVF, and Artificial Insemination in cattle, deer, exotics, and other small ruminants.
Kendra grew up in a small town on a ranch with Brangus Cattle and Boer Goats. She attended Tarleton State University where she received a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Science and Masters of Science in Animal Science. While attending Tarleton, Kendra worked at Cornerstone Animal Hospital as a Veterinary Technician. Kendra joined Hoofstock Genetics in the summer of 2016 as Office Manager and later transitioned into her current position as an IVF Lab Technician.
Julia started her Agriculture/Animal Science degree at Casper College in Casper Wyoming, where she judged livestock for two years and graduated with her Associates. To receive her Bachelors Degree, she continued her education at West Texas A&M University in Canyon Texas, where she was a member of the rodeo team.
Kelsi has a BS in Animal Science from Tarleton State University. She also has an AI certification and has worked with Lee Shipp, DVM and Heather Robertson, Reproductive Specialist at Frontier Feedlot dairy to gain knowledge on the fields of embryology and bovine reproduction.
Tye enrolled in the Marine Corps in 2008 and later joined the security forces and spent the next 3 years overseas. After his service, he joined his family’s church as the Director of Security and Media. He began working with Hoofstock as the IVF Lab Technician in 2015 and soon grew into a manger role and now IVF Lab Director.