Wyland “S” Cripe, with Herman, the result of the first successful water buffalo embryo transfer in 1982.
Wyland “S” Cripe, with Herman, the result of the first successful water buffalo embryo transfer in 1982. Photo provided by famly
Wyland “S” Cripe, with Herman, the result of the first successful water buffalo embryo transfer in 1982. Photo provided by famly

Wyland Cripe was Elk Grove veterinarian, authority on water buffalo

January 03, 2015 5:59 PM

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