“My career is the perfect blend of my passions, animals and science.”
Sarah embarked on her journey with Barton Kiefer in 2014, where she quickly became an integral part of the team. In 2017, she made the difficult decision to relocate, which led to her temporary departure from the company. During this time, she found herself missing the daily interactions with clients and the opportunity to witness the progression of cow health firsthand. Driven by her deep connection to the field and her desire to continue making a meaningful impact, Sarah returned to Barton Kiefer in 2022.
Her educational background led her to this successful career path. At Cornell University she honed her expertise in animal sciences. She also earned her master's degree from University of Wisconsin, and later achieved her Ph.D. from Michigan State University.
Outside of her professional life, Sarah shares her passion for animals with her family. With a bustling household that includes three children, including a set of twin boys and a younger son, Sarah's life is a dynamic blend of her passions and her family. She, along with her husband and children, raise cows for the local fair and are avid riders and breeders of horses. This connection to animals is a true reflection of her dedication to the field, as she applies the same principles from her career to her home life, ensuring the well-being and success of their animals.