Dr. Randy Baker started the original practice (Farmington Equine Services in August of 1983). He moved into the current location of the practice in March of 1984 and has been servicing the community since. His focus was primarily equine work. Dr. Sarah Spidel and Dr. Jordan bought the practice in May of 2021. Dr. Jordan is from Lewisburg and Dr. Spidel has been serving the Marshall County community since May 2011.

We are an exclusive large animal practice that will work on cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, llamas, and alpacas. We are committed to passion and care and will always call you back. Our goal is to provide high quality medicine and be available to our farmers and ranchers. We are committed this community and excited to serve a community that has given us so much.

Dr. Andrew Jordan

Dr. Jordan is the son of Ken and Melanie Jordan and grew up on a 250 acre farm in Lewisburg, TN. He grew up raising commercial angus cattle, riding horses, and raising/showing Brown Swiss dairy cows. Farming has been an important part of his life and so he decided that he wanted to provide a service that could help farmers. Dr. Victor Wakefield first sparked the interest of being a Veterinarian when he was his Boy Scout troop leader. He then worked for Dr. Greg Harris while in High School at Marshall County High school before moving on to University of Tennessee at Martin to pursue a degree in Animal Science. He graduated there in December of 2014 and then started vet school at University of Tennessee. He graduated from the University of Tennessee in May of 2019 and started working for Dr. Frankie Locklar at Maury County Veterinary Hospital in June of 2019. Dr. Jordan is excited for the opportunity to serve the farmers and ranchers of Marshall County since that is what got him into veterinary medicine.

Dr. Sarah Spidel

Dr. Sarah Spidel grew up in rural north central Ohio, the third of four children of John and Phoebe Spidel from West Salem, Ohio. She was highly involved in local 4H and various competitive sports teams growing up. Dr Sarah attended the University of North Alabama where she obtained a bachelors degree in biology and played intercollegiate soccer. She received her doctor of veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri and has lived in middle Tennessee since graduation in 2011. There she has practiced mixed animal veterinary medicine with an emphasis on large animals. Her passions and hobbies include hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, photography and woodworking. She is super excited to offer high quality livestock and equine veterinary services to the Marshall County and surrounding areas with Dr Jordan.

Dr. Megan Heffron

Dr. Megan is the daughter of Sean and Sandy Heffron. She was raised on a small farm in Sparta, TN. During childhood she was heavily involved in the local 4-H through livestock and competitive shooting. She began working in a veterinary clinic when she was 15 in Sparta. She graduated from White County High School before attending Tennessee Technological University and obtaining a bachelor’s degree in agriculture in 2019. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in May of 2023. She is excited to be working with the doctors at TennSouth Veterinary Clinic and looks forward to meeting and providing for the local community

Casey Mancini, LVMT

Our receptionist team: Melanie Jordan, Lori Beeson, and Deidre Favors

Our assistant team: Dustie Strasser, Kaitlynn Wallace, Nathan Brandon