Darrell R. Monfort, D.V.M. is a 1976 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Monfort has been a resident of Iola for his entire life and he currently lives on the farm that has been his family's home since 1909. Dr. Monfort enjoys the practice of veterinary medicine in both the food animal and companion animal arenas.
Leann Flowers DVM
Dr. Leann Flowers is a 1991 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked with RBVS for 9 years. She and Ron, her husband of 26 years ,live on a farm south of Chanute with their 7 dogs, 6 cats, horse and Ernie the goat. Their oldest daughter, Mallory is in Pharmacy school at KU. Macy attends K-State and plays volleyball and is studying pre-veterinary medicine. McKenna is a senior at Chanute High School and plays volleyball and dances. When Leann is not on the road to volleyball games and visiting her daughters, she enjoys being outside, walking and biking and playing with her mini-aussie, Jax. Dr. Flowers patients include small animals and exotics.She and her husband are the parents of three daughters and active in many school and sporting events. With two daughters in college and one in high school, the Flowers family is on the road and busy all of the time. Dr. Leann is especially fond of relaxing with college basketball and volleyball on the TV when she has a minute free.
Belinda Garten DVM
Dr. Belinda Garten was raised on a farm in southeastern Nebraska, where her family had a farrow-to-finish swine operation, as well as a beef cow herd. Her farming background sparked her interest in the veterinary profession. She attended college in western Nebraska, before completing her education at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She met her husband, Dr. Cody Garten, while attending Kansas State. Following veterinary school, the Gartens moved to Texas where they worked at a mixed animal practice for five years. At that time, they returned to Kansas. Dr. Garten joined the staff at Red Barn Veterinary Service in 2013. Working part-time, Dr. Garten still makes time to be a mother to her two young children, Josey and Hayes. She focuses primarily on small animals, but is also comfortable with preventative medicine and treatment of large animals. In her spare time, Dr. Garten enjoys gardening, being outdoors, and anything that involves Kansas State athletics. The Gartens have made their home near Erie, where they maintain a small beef cow herd. They also have a dog, two cats, and several pet chickens.
Brande Beyer DVM
Dr. Brande Beyer grew up on a farm near Burlington Kansas. In May of 2016 she graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Brande and her husband, Trevor, are "parents" of 4 dogs, 3 cats and 3 horses. They enjoy hanging out with each other, their furry family, and human family and friends. Outdoor activities are another favorite.