Daryl Olsen, DVM, of Audubon, IA, was elected president of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) at the group’s annual meeting recently in Orlando, FL. Kerry Keffaber, DVM, North Manchester, IN, was named president-elect and Rodney “Butch” Baker, DVM, of Ames, IA, is vice president.
Olsen is a swine practitioner at the Audubon-Manning Veterinary Clinic in Audubon, IA.
Keffaber is a swine technical services consultant at Elanco Animal Health. He was in private practice for 21 years.
Baker is a senior clinician in the Food Supply Veterinary Services Unit at Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Previously, he was a clinical associate professor at North Carolina State University. After serving 17 years in private practice, he spent a year in the animal health industry, four years with a swine breeding stock company and three years as director of health assurance in a large integrated pork production company.