Matt Iager, DVM grew up in Fulton, Maryland on a Registered Holstein dairy farm. He received his BS degree in Dairy Science in 1993 from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture. He received his DVM degree in 1996 from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech.
Iager has practiced with Mid Maryland Dairy Veterinarians after joining the practice upon graduation. He has performed Embryo Transfer for 20 years and was Certified in 2001. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the American Embryo Transfer Association and is the chairman of the Education Committee. He is also a member of the International Embryo Technology Society.
Iager volunteers his time for several agricultural organizations and is currently President of the Maryland Holstein Association, Treasurer of the Maryland Dairy Shrine, and has served as a Delegate to the National Holstein Convention.
Iager is married to his wife, Laura, and has a son Noah and daughter Brooke who are both active in 4-H. He and his family own and operate MD-West-View Genetics. Iager is active in his church and community, plays drums in the contemporary choir, and is a Licensed Auctioneer. He enjoys showing, judging, and flushing cattle.