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Drs. Neal and Angela Martin
Dr. Angela Martin was born and raised on a small family farm near Pinckneyville, Illinois. She grew up helping care for the different animals on the farm and grew to love working with them. She was also an active member of her county 4-H group and an involved member of the FFA chapter. After graduation, she began her college career at Rend Lake Junior College, then transferred to Southern Illinois University-Carbondale to finish her undergraduate degree. Dr. Angela then transferred to the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with her Doctorate degree in 2015.
Dr. Angela Martin started her career as a veterinarian at a busy mixed-animal practice in Southern Illinois. There, she treated a wide variety of patients, including companion animals, and focused primarily on canine and feline patients, beef and dairy cattle, and small ruminants. She came back to Missouri to work as a relief veterinarian and began working in a small animal clinic.
Dr. Neal Martin is a native of Centralia, Missouri. Dr. Neal grew up caring for the different animals on his family farm, which sparked his interest in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. He was also an active member in 4-H and FFA and enjoyed showing livestock at the fairs.
Dr. Neal graduated from Centralia High School in 2007 and began his college career at the University of Missouri. He completed a Bachelor’s Degree in animal science and a Master’s Degree in reproductive physiology. Dr. Neal graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2015. After graduating, Neal started his own business, Martin Veterinary Services, LLC. Neal has operated his mobile clinic for the past seven years, providing veterinary services for cattle producers in mid-Missouri.
Drs. Neal and Angela were married in the summer of 2018 and have two young boys, Luke and Clay. They enjoy spending as much time with family as possible and helping with their family’s farms in their spare time. The Martins have one dog, four cats, and a flock of chickens and ducks. Their goal is to have a beef production farm of their own in the future.
“I am excited to build a mixed-animal veterinary clinic from the ground up! This is an exciting new chapter of my life. My goal is to build something great that can serve the community for years to come,” says Dr. Angela Martin.
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