Dr Hubert Karreman graduated in 1995 from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Between getting a bachelor’s degree in soil science from the University of New Hampshire in 1984 and starting veterinary school, he worked on dairy farms for 6 years. He was introduced to homeopathy, botanicals and biologics on a biodynamic farm in 1988 and saw those work so well that he wanted to go to veterinary school to learn “the real thing”. He was in dairy practice for 20 years in Lancaster, PA working with almost 100 certified organic Amish farms. He was appointed to the USDA National Organic Standards Board in 2005-2010 and has written 3 books on natural treatments for dairy cows. He enjoys sharing insights about natural treatments with veterinary colleagues in order to reduce the reliance of antibiotics and hormones in livestock. He and his wife, Suzanne, have a pasture-based, diversified livestock farm based on their herd of 60 A2A2, grain-free, grass-fed Jersey cows.