Our Mission

At Legends Lane Reproductive Services we strive to further your herd’s genetics by providing quality care, reproductive services, and management practices. We pride ourselves in taking the time and care to ensure that you receive the best reproductive services in order to maintain the best results possible. In doing this, we have grown our practice into a nationally recognized program.

Our Team

  • Rob Stout, DVM

    Founder & Owner, Lead Veterinarian

    Rob grew up in southern Ohio in the small town of Bethel, Ohio. He grew up hunting and fishing with his three brothers, dad and grandpa on his grandpa’s farm. After high school Rob decided to pursue his passion of wanting to become a veterinarian at Morehead State University in Kentucky. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology and then began his schooling to become a veterinarian at The Ohio State University. Dr. Stout graduated in 1995 and has been working with animals ever since. Rob has been married to his wife and life partner since 1991. They have two daughters, Emily and Kristy, who both reside in Columbus, Ohio. In Rob’s free time, he still continues to hunt and go on hunts all throughout the United States.

  • Sheri Stout

    Office Manager, Business & Accounts Director

    Sheri also grew up in Bethel, Ohio less than one mile from Rob. They began dating in high school and have been together ever since! When it came time to decide on a college, her long-term boyfriend played a major role. Sheri attended Morehead State University where she earned an Associates Degree in Business Management. Following graduation, her and Rob got married and moved to Columbus, Ohio where Rob was attending vet school. While Rob was in vet school, Sheri worked at a bank and helped raise their two daughters. At this point in Sheri’s life she had never set foot on a farm! Over the next few years of opening a practice with Rob, she quickly was initiated into the many joys of farm life. Sheri continues to help run and operate the business and the Stout family farm. In her free time, Sheri enjoys to scrapbook and spend time with her family.

  • Bruce Smith

    Donor Herdsman

    Bruce Smith grew up on a beef farm in Fairfield County and was an active 4-H member. He graduated from Pickerington High School, and furthered his education at OSU-ATI, Wooster. Bruce then went to work for Paul Deer Farms in Springfield, Ohio for three years. Following that, he worked for Byland Farms at Loudonville, Ohio for four years until he went to work for Double D Charolais in Coshocton, Ohio for twenty-eight years. Bruce came to work for Eastern Ohio Embryo and the Stout family in 2013 and has been working for them ever since. His wife, Sherry, and him have two children and two grandsons. They enjoy spending time with them and their other family.

  • Trevor Moden

    Donor Herdsman

    Farming roots run deep for Trevor, as he has been active in farming for as long as he could remember. At the right age of 5 he started milking cows & putting up hay with his grandpa. His junior year of high school, he took a job working for Dr. Stout at the farm in Coshocton, OH. Trevor also worked for Andreas Dairy Farm in Sugar Creek, OH. He was active in youth activities and showed hogs at the county fair. Trevor finds his passion in agriculture, and loves all things farming. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors- hunting, fishing and camping. He also loves making memories with his girlfriend, Casey, & their daughter, Adalyn. 

  • Bruce Frederick, DVM

    Veterinarian

    Dr. Frederick grew up on a farm in Zelienople, Pennsylvania, a rural community just north of Pittsburgh. He grew up active in 4-H, competitively showing livestock. He graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelors of Science in Animal Science. During his time at Penn State, he had dreams of practicing veterinary medicine- aspiring to be an embryo transfer veterinarian. He received his DVM from The Ohio State University in 2018, and accepted a position with Legends Lane Reproductive Services. In his free time you can find Dr. Frederick working show cattle and pigs, and spending time with his fiancé, Sarah.  

  • Justin Bush

    Donor Herdsman, Lab Technician

    Justin grew up on a farm in Johnstown, Ohio- where he, his twin sister and dad raised and showed club calves. Justin graduated from Johnstown Monroe High School. He is now a senior at The Ohio State University where he is pursuing a degree in General Business. Justin starting working at Legends Lane Reproductive Services last year, in that time he has trained to be a lab technician, assisting with conventional flushing as well as IVF procedures. He also plays a role in managing donors as a donor herdsman.  Justin enjoys working with cattle, playing sports, visiting his sister in South Carolina and spending time with his family.

  • Robby Currey

    Client Relations Specialist

    Robby grew up on a farm in central West Virginia- where with the help of his family they run a small, Club Calf operation. He grew up rather active in 4-H & FFA, and showed livestock competitively on a local, state and national level. Robby attended West Virginia University, where he obtained degrees in Animal & Nutritional Sciences & Agricultural Education. While at WVU, Robby was on the most competitive Livestock Judging Team in school history. Robby enjoys traveling, judging livestock shows, volunteering with youth active in 4-H and FFA, working around the farm, and spending time with family & friends.

Our Story

The road traveled to get to Legends Lane Reproductive Services has been a long and fun ride. It started 22 years ago when Dr. Rob Stout graduated from The Ohio State University and was searching for his new beginning. Rob and his wife, Sheri, moved from Columbus to Ashland, Ohio where Rob began working in a mixed practice. They were not there long when a large animal practice became for sale in Coshocton, Ohio. With their small family, Rob and Sheri took the risk to move to a new town full of new possibilities. From 1996-1999 Dr. Stout worked with his wife to operate a large animal practice called Farm Vet Services. After these few years in Coshocton the Stout’s saw an opportunity to open a mixed practice, large and small animal, to better serve the community.

Three Rivers Vet Hospital was a full service vet clinic working on animals of all sizes from 2000-2005. It was in this hospital that Dr. Stout found his passion for cattle embryo transfer work. Dr. Stout began practicing ET work in 2003. He quickly saw the opportunities that it would offer and made a decision that would positively impact his families’ lives forever. In 2005 Rob and Sheri made the decision to sell their practice and move their growing embryo transfer business to their home.

The mixed practice of Three Rivers Vet Hospital became Eastern Ohio Embryo and Herd Health Services. This practice focused solely on embryo transfer work and cattle herd work for local clients. As the years passed, Eastern Ohio Embryo began to grow at a faster pace than Rob and Sheri could have imagined. After ten years on their family farm, the Stout’s saw an opportunity arise with the selling of a property in Alexandria, Ohio. The Stout family drove past this property many times as they traveled back and forth from The Ohio State University with their two daughters. After many head turns, Rob decided to take a closer look at this property. With many visits and conversations, Rob and Sheri decided to invest in this new property for their growing business. In 2016, Legends Lane Reproductive Services was imagined and created.

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