Dr. Jennafer M. Glaesemann
Doctor Glaesemann hails from the southeastern Nebraska, growing up on a family dairy farm northeast of Fairbury. She was active in 4-H and FFA growing up, showing dairy cattle, poultry, rabbits, and sheep. She earned her bachelor degrees in Animal Science and Veterinary Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and was in the inaugural class of the UNL-ISU cooperative Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine, ultimately graduating from the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. After veterinary school, Dr. Glaesemann returned to Nebraska to practice mixed animal medicine, so she see’s a little bit of everything as a farm animal and companion animal general practitioner! Dr. Glaesemann purchased the Blue Valley Veterinary Clinic in Beatrice in 2012 and the Pickrell Veterinary Clinic in Pickrell in 2013 and since then has been serving the animals (and their owners) of Gage County and greater southeastern Nebraska through both clinics. Dr. Glaesemann continues her involvement advocating for animal care and the veterinary profession through national committee involvement, such as the Committee on the Human-Animal Bond (AVMA), Animal Welfare Committee (AABP), and Rural Practice Sustainability Committee (AABP). Through these efforts, Dr. Glaesemann was selected as one of the top 10 early career veterinary leaders for the second class of the national AVMA Future Leaders Program (2012-2013). She has also been recognized as the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association Young Veterinarian of the Year, University of Nebraska-Nebraska Alumni Association Early Achieve Award, University of Nebraska-Nebraska Alumni Association Master Alumni Award, and Center for Rural Affairs Entrepreneur of the Year. Dr. Glaesemann also earned her Masters in Business Administration degree from Chadron State College in 2016. She is an enthusiastic supporter of 4-H and FFA youth. Dr. Glaesemann has a growing farm/ranch operation with alfalfa hay, registered Suffolk and Oxford sheep, and commercial stocker/feeder cattle. In her downtime, Dr. Glaesemann enjoys spending time with her registered Border Collies and Quarter Horses.
D.V.M., M.B.A. – Veterinarian and Owner
Emily is from Clatonia, where she grew up helping her family with their primarily crop farming operation. She also helped her grandfather with his beef cattle. Now that Emily and her husband, Justin, have a farm of their own (in addition to helping with the larger family farm), they have diversified into beef cattle, registered Boer Goats, poultry, small share pepper production, and growing three children. Emily graduated with a bachelor degree in Animal Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has had experiences with other veterinary clinics previously and started working with Dr. Glaesemann through her Blue Valley Veterinary Clinic in 2013. In 2016 she transitioned to surgery assistant here and has expertly handled the care and comfort of thousands of pets through our busy surgery schedule.
Another southeastern Nebraska native, Amy attended school at Tri-County and in Lincoln. Amy started working at the Pickrell Veterinary Clinic in 2019 and is the most common voice on the other end of the phone when clients call. She can be bribed into giving veterinary advice (which mostly consists of "you should schedule an appointment for that!") for tacos. While she's usually more of a dog person, she likes allllllll the big cats, but especially the orange ones. She also would like to take home most of the dogs but grudgingly admits there are limits. Amy has 3 (mostly adult) children - Jess, Hunter, and Hannah.
Angela Glaesemann, sometimes referred to a “Momma G”, is Dr. Glaesemann’s mother. She cares for everyone at the clinic by helping out where needed, whether it’s picking up front desk duties if someone is ill or needs to attend a family function to running errands around town. She goes the extra mile to take care of clients, too, by coordinating medication mail outs as well as client correspondence. Though she grew up on a mixed beef/grain operation and raised her own kids on a family dairy farm, Angela’s inspiration to help out at the clinic doesn’t come from her agricultural experience but rather her desire to serve others and help everyone in whatever capacity she can.
Client Care/Receptionist (“office mom”)