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South Dakota farm kid conquers New York City

Amanda Nolz

Photos courtesy Matt DybedahlaSDSU's Matt Dybedahl served an internshiop with Pfizer Animal Health in New York City this past summer.

Matt Dybedahl is one of those young people in agriculture who has always stood out in the crowd. Growing up, Dybedahl spent most summers pouring concrete to earn money for college. Long summer days on the job taught him a hard work ethic that has, in turn, helped accelerate his college career at South Dakota State University. As an animal science major, Dybedahl has a passion for the beef cattle industry, and it has driven him to reach new heights in his already budding career.

In 2007-08, Dybedahl served as the state treasurer for the South Dakota State FFA Association. During his first years in college, he quickly got involved in Block and Bridle, Farm House Fraternity, Ag and Bio Ambassadors and the Meat Science Club. While all of these activities have helped shape this student into an agriculture leader on campus, Dybedahl’s internship experience with Pfizer Animal Health in New York City this past summer has proven to have the biggest affect on this rising star.

Matt Dybedahl is one of those young people in agriculture who has always stood out in the crowd. Growing up, Dybedahl spent most summers pouring concrete to earn money for college. Long summer days on the job taught him a hard work ethic that has, in turn, helped accelerate his college career at South Dakota State University. As an animal science major, Dybedahl has a passion for the beef cattle industry, and it has driven him to reach new heights in his already budding career.

In 2007-08, Dybedahl served as the state treasurer for the South Dakota State FFA Association. During his first years in college, he quickly got involved in Block and Bridle, Farm House Fraternity, Ag and Bio Ambassadors and the Meat Science Club. While all of these activities have helped shape this student into an agriculture leader on campus, Dybedahl’s internship experience with Pfizer Animal Health in New York City this past summer has proven to have the biggest affect on this rising star.

Matt Dybedahl is one of those young people in agriculture who has always stood out in the crowd. Growing up, Dybedahl spent most summers pouring concrete to earn money for college. Long summer days on the job taught him a hard work ethic that has, in turn, helped accelerate his college career at South Dakota State University. As an animal science major, Dybedahl has a passion for the beef cattle industry, and it has driven him to reach new heights in his already budding career.

In 2007-08, Dybedahl served as the state treasurer for the South Dakota State FFA Association. During his first years in college, he quickly got involved in Block and Bridle, Farm House Fraternity, Ag and Bio Ambassadors and the Meat Science Club. While all of these activities have helped shape this student into an agriculture leader on campus, Dybedahl’s internship experience with Pfizer Animal Health in New York City this past summer has proven to have the biggest affect on this rising star.