Buxkemper, Sally 2012-01-10

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Interviewee Name: Sally Buxkemper

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Date: January 10, 2012

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Robert Weaver

Length: 01:20:37


Background, Born in West Virginia, Father was in oil business, Raised in Michigan, Had to twin brothers, John and Tom, College, Attended Michigan State, Studied Animal Husbandry, Went to Graduate School, Oklahoma State, Worked with horses, Talks about how women were frowned on in the classroom, Very few women at school at the time, Talks about how women have different roles now, Mexico, Marketing Bull Semen in Latin America, Chairmen of International committee of Semen Genetics, What Mexico is like, Had kid’s and vaccinations, Worked at American Breeders service, Got Divorced, Phd, Went to University of North Texas, Molecular Genetics, Was able to make animal meat very tender, Only one in Lubbock area do something of that nature, DNA Cattle Testing, Blood samples and analyzing beef quality, Horses riding and cattle, Horses, Doctor says to never ride horses again, National Cowgirl Museum Hall of Fame, Aspirations for children and grandchildren, How the internet changed things, How life is now

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