Daniel received his B.S. from The University of Idaho. He spent a winter horselogging in Ontario, Canada, a summer of aquatic research in the Ecuadorian Andes, and worked as a dude wrangler in Moab, Utah.
He received his DVM in 2016 from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
He practiced veterinary medicine with Mill Creek Veterinary Services, in the San Joaquin valley of California, for 6 years, and was partner in that practice for three of those years.
He moved to southern Michigan in February of 2022 to join the team with Countryside Veterinary Service P.C.
Daniel looks for novel solutions to complex problems and thrives on camaraderie.
He is unquenchably enthusiastic and likes to dig in deep and tease apart the hidden patterns.
Teat Scores. A low latency web-app for ultra-fast recording of udder-observations in a milking parlor.
Milk Lab. Streamlined record keeping for milk quality laboratory. Automatic customization of reports, and treatment recommendations, on the client level. Reduced clerical time to report milk cultures by 80%.
Travis J. Hagey, Nik Cole, Daniel Davidson, Anthony Henricks, Lisa L. Harmon, Luke J. Harmon; Temporal Variation in Structural Microhabitat Use of Phelsuma Geckos in Mauritius. Journal of Herpetology 1 March 2016; 50 (1): 102–107. doi: https://doi.org/10.1670/13-136
Training and Consultation
Daniel has conducted on-farm training and bilingual (English/Spanish) classes including milking, maternity, and safely working with livestock.
He consulted on colostrum management and cleanliness, outbreak investigations, mastitis treatment success rates, and more.