Max Rodibaugh, DVM
Dr. Max Rodibaugh is a 1974 Purdue University graduate in general agriculture. He completed his DVM at the same institution in 1977. Max is a member of American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV), American Veterinary Medical Assocation, Indiana Veterinary Medical Association and Indiana Pork Producers. He has been awarded Swine Practitioner of the Year, served as the president of AASV and presented the keynote Howard Dunne lecture at the swine veterinarian's annual meeting.
He is also an adjunct faculty at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. Max and his wife, Carol, have three children, Paul, Todd and Leslie and three grandchildren. He enjoys volunteering through his church, Clinton County Chamber of Commerce and United Way of Clinton County.
Jeff Harker, DVM
Dr. Jeff Harker is a 1994 graduate of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and joined Dr. Max Rodibaugh at Swine Health Services as an associate veterinarian after graduation. He has been practicing swine medicine for over 20 years. Jeff is currently serving on the AASV Board of Directors and is involved with National Pork Board's Operation Main Street. He has been awarded AASV Meritorious Service Award for providing outstanding service to the American Association of Swine Veterinarians.
Dr. Harker and his wife, Traci, have four children: Kathleen, Sarah, Matthew and Amelia.