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Young veterinarian proves herself in the field

Amanda Nolz

Erica Koller always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Having grown up on a ranch near Edgemont, SD, Koller has deep roots and a passion for the agriculture industry. It’s that passion that fueled her fire to aspire to become a veterinarian, despite the naysayers.

With a thin, petite frame, at first glance, most ranchers doubt her strength, but they quickly learn she has the drive and endurance to get the job done. Koller works with an entire female staff, including veterinarian Stephanie Stevens, at the Cheyenne River Animal Hospital in Edgemont, SD, and although many ranchers question their abilities, this is one group of capable, talented women.

Erica Koller always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Having grown up on a ranch near Edgemont, SD, Koller has deep roots and a passion for the agriculture industry. It’s that passion that fueled her fire to aspire to become a veterinarian, despite the naysayers.

With a thin, petite frame, at first glance, most ranchers doubt her strength, but they quickly learn she has the drive and endurance to get the job done. Koller works with an entire female staff, including veterinarian Stephanie Stevens, at the Cheyenne River Animal Hospital in Edgemont, SD, and although many ranchers question their abilities, this is one group of capable, talented women.

Erica Koller always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Having grown up on a ranch near Edgemont, SD, Koller has deep roots and a passion for the agriculture industry. It’s that passion that fueled her fire to aspire to become a veterinarian, despite the naysayers.

With a thin, petite frame, at first glance, most ranchers doubt her strength, but they quickly learn she has the drive and endurance to get the job done. Koller works with an entire female staff, including veterinarian Stephanie Stevens, at the Cheyenne River Animal Hospital in Edgemont, SD, and although many ranchers question their abilities, this is one group of capable, talented women.

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Erica Koller always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Having grown up on a ranch near Edgemont, SD, Koller has deep roots and a passion for the agriculture industry. It’s that passion that fueled her fire to aspire to become a veterinarian, despite the naysayers.

With a thin, petite frame, at first glance, most ranchers doubt her strength, but they quickly learn she has the drive and endurance to get the job done. Koller works with an entire female staff, including veterinarian Stephanie Stevens, at the Cheyenne River Animal Hospital in Edgemont, SD, and although many ranchers question their abilities, this is one group of capable, talented women.

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