Student Success: Jared Oldham
Jared Oldham (’19 DVM) is a third year veterinary student at Washington State University with special interest in large animal medicine and theriogenology. He is currently a resident of Wyoming, but is originally from New Mexico, specifically the Navajo Nation Indian reservation where his passion for livestock was initiated in his father’s veterinary clinic. His family owns a ranch with 500 commercial cows, 30 horses, 60 show sheep, and recently opened The Wind River Wild Horse Sanctuary. He attended Casper College while serving as a Wyoming State FFA officer. Jared then transferred to Kansas State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in animal science. While attending Casper College and Kansas State University Jared participated on their collegiate livestock judging teams. While a veterinarian student at WSU Jared has enjoys being highly active in many clubs including serving as Theriogenology Club President. Jared’s tentative plan is to own a mixed-animal private practice preferably with focus on large animals.