Team Members

Austin, Naomi and Kree Wolf
Owner, President of Donor Solutions

Our journey has been incredible and THE LORD has granted us incredible favor through opportunities and relationships in the past 5 years. We started our journey as a CLIENT of Donor Solutions and then in October of 2013 we took the herdsman position as an EMPLOYEE of Donor Solutions under Brian & Emily Hannon. After 2 short years of this position we were honored to be offered the opportunity to purchase Donor Solutions in it’s entirety and be the sole OWNER/PRESIDENT in September of 2015. Since then, our family has been extremely blessed to have kept previous relationships and to continue to build new ones. We do this because it’s what we love and we are in the business for you! Relationships are our favorite part of this business and we are extremely thankful for you all and whats to come in the future!

Kade Chastain
Herdsman

Kade was raised in Brazil, Indiana. He is a 3rd generation cattleman and he and his family raise registered Cattle at local, State, and National levels. Kade is the sole proprietor of Chastain livestock which he started and runs with the help of his family and generous neighbors and friends. Kade was active in the 4-H beef project for 10 years and acts as one of the County Beef Superintendents after he finished 4-H. Kade was also a member of FFA at both local and collegiate levels and during this time he projected his devotion and Love for the cattle industry and helped educate local school students about beef production through numerous Ag Day events. After graduating College with an associate degree in Agriculture Production he became certified in Artificial insemination from Cattle Visions. Kade brings to the table the work ethic and enthusiasm desires to help others with all aspects of cattle reproduction with a solid mindset on the importance of animal welfare, handling, nutrition, and genetic choices.

Brandon and Abagale Culp
Assistant Herdsman

Brandon is a fifth generation cattleman from Rensselaer, IN. He and his wife, Abagale, own and operate Culp Farms Cattle Company where they breed and produce show cattle that compete at local, state, and national levels. In addition to their own extensive embryo transfer program, they also have a recip leasing program, where they raise ET calves for breeders across the country. Besides raising beef cattle, Brandon is involved in his family’s row crop operation. He works alongside his dad and grandpa growing over 2000 acres of corn, soybeans​, and wheat, as well as operating a 1500 head feed to finish hog farm.

Brandon is actively involved in youth programs; educating youth about livestock. He is a 4-H volunteer, serving as one of the superintendents​ of the beef barn at the local county fair. He often provides local 4- H’ers with cattle to exhibit, as well as hosting show cattle clinics, teaching young showmen how to manage their own livestock; from daily hair care to feed and nutrition. Brandon studied at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where he received his degree in Equine and Ranch Management. He has extensive knowledge of artificial insemination, bovine reproduction, animal husbandry, and low stress cattle handling.

Dr. Chuck and Becky Hannon
Owner, President of Food Animal Veterinary Services

Dr. Charles P. Hannon has been practicing Embryo Transfer for over 30 years and has been active in the history of progressing the modern techniques of Embryo Transfer and Genetic Testing. Chuck attended and graduated from Purdue University where he studied Veterinary Medicine and has since specialized in primarily ET.