Steven Roberts, DVM, DACVO
Dr. Roberts has been involved exclusively in veterinary ophthalmology since 1981 and was board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 1984, after finishing a residency at Colorado State University. Following the residency, Dr. Roberts was an assistant professor of ophthalmology at North Carolina State University from 1984-1987 and then returned to Colorado State University. At CSU, he was an assistant professor from 1987-1992 and then was promoted to associate professor from 1992-1997. Following six years as associate professor Dr. Roberts established Animal Eye Center in January of 1998.
Robert Mortimer, DVM, MS, DACT
Dr. Mortimer retired from Colorado State University in 2013. Dr. Mortimer completed a M.S. degree in Reproduction in 1975 and a DVM degree in 1979 at Colorado State University. Dr. Mortimer practiced in Idaho for 2 years before joining the Food Animal Section at Colorado State University in 1981. Dr. Mortimer became Boarded in Theriogenology in 1984 and is a active member of Society for Theriogenology and American College of Theriogenologist. Dr. Mortimer maintained, until his retirement, a teaching program that strongly emphasized calving management, pregnancy evaluation, male reproduction, nutrition, and production management. Currently, he maintains a part time practice specializing in reproduction, consultation, and education programs.
Chandy Olson, DVM
Dr. Olson is a beef cattle practitioner from St. Onge, SD. She graduated from Kansas State University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2002 before moving home to western SD and operating her own business, CATL Resources. She married Tim Olson, a Select Sires Beef Specialist a nd together they have devoted their lives to improving beef herds across SD, its surrounding states and recently as far as Russia. Through their experience, Chandy and Tim acquired a vast understanding of livestock handling. Thus, CATL Resources also sells the equipment (Silencer chutes, Daniels Mfd alleyways and continuous fencing) that have made Chandy and the cattle’s experience easier. Chandy also utilizes her business to mentor her three little beef specialists (son-Orin, and daughters-Atlee and Ivy) who are often pushing up cattle, re-stocking supplies or observing from a strategically placed infant seat.