Meet the Team
Conrad Schmidt – CTO
Dr. Schmidt graduated from the University Of Minnesota, College Of Veterinary Medicine. For 30 years he was an owner and staff member of a large veterinary practice specializing in the production of animal medicine. Dr Schmidt has received various honors from the American Association of Swine Veterinarians, and state associations, for his leadership position in the animal production industry.
As a partner in the Veterinary Medical Center PA of Worthington Minnesota, he served as the President of Oxford Veterinary Laboratories as well as Senior staff member for the clinic. Dr Schmidt served as a Vice President of UpJohn Animal Health, as well as Pharmacia. In 1987 Dr. Schmidt was recognized by the State of Minnesota as the entrepreneur of the year.
Currently Dr. Schmidt is President of C.B. Schmidt and Associates LLC., a company that is engaged in developing leading edge technologies that enhance the animal production industry. Dr. Schmidt’s primary areas of expertise are in animal nutrition and food animal diagnostics, food safety; swine heard health and production, foreign animal disease, as well as animal identification and movement.
Matthew Schutte – Business Development Representative
Matthew Schutte was raised on a farm in Rushmore, MN where they raised corn, soybeans, and cattle. Matthew went to high school in Worthington, MN and graduated in 2009. Afterwards he went to Minnesota West Community & Technical College for agriculture and while attending school he trucked with his dad and brothers. After graduating with an Associate Degree in Agriculture in 2011, he went on to South Dakota State University and acquired his Bachelors of Science degree in Agronomy in 2014. He continued his passion for learning by going for his Masters in Crop Production at South Dakota State University.
In December of 2016 he joined the Healthy Farms team and helps his customers by being a great source of knowledge in microbes and how they can provide solutions for many farming operations, whether this be through manure remediation, animal health, or crops.