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Kasey Maddock Carlin

Kasey Carlin






Kasey Maddock Carlin
Assistant Professor

Office: 168 Hultz Hall
Phone: (701) 231-8797


Research interests:
Influences of changes in postmortem muscle structure on meat quality
Prenatal and postnatal muscle development

Ph.D., Meat Science, Iowa State University , 2005
M.S., Animal Science, University of Missouri-Columbia , 2001
B.S., Animal Science and Biotechnology, North Dakota State University , 1999

Courses taught:
ANSC 340 - Principles of Meat Science /  ANSC 755 Advanced Meat Science

Recent publications:

Sun, X., K.J.Chen, E.P. Berg, D.J. Newman, C.A. Schwartz, W.L. Keller, K. R. Maddock-Carlin. 2014. Prediction of troponin-T degradation using color image texture features in 10 d old beef longissimus steaks. Meat Science. 96: 837-842.

Magolski, J.D., D.S. Buchanan, K.R. Maddock-Carlin, V.L. Anderson, D.J. Newman and E.P. Berg. 2013. Relationship between genetic evaluation technologies and phenotypic observations on meat quality and tenderness. Meat Science 95 (3): 480-485.

Magolski, J.D., E.P. Berg, N.L. Hall, V.L. Anderson, and K.R. Maddock Carlin. 2013. Evaluation of feedlot cattle working chute environment relative to temperament, tenderness, and postmortem proteolysis. Meat Science. 95 (1): 92-97.

Van Emon, M.L., C.S. Schauer, K.R. Maddock Carlin, K.A. Vonnahme. 2013. Supplementing metabolizable protein to ewes during late gestation: I. Effects on ewe performance and offspring performance from birth to weaning. J. Anim. Sci. (Accepted).

Lepper Blilie, A.N., E.P. Berg, D.S. Buchanan, W.L. Keller, K.R. Maddock-Carlin, P.T. Berg. 2013. Effectiveness of oxygen barrier oven bags in low temperature cooking on reduction of warmed-over flavor in beef roasts. Meat Science (Accepted).

Maddock Carlin, K.R, V.L. Anderson, D.M. Larson, B.R. Ilse, R.J. Maddock, M.L. Bauer, and G.P. Lardy. 2013. Effects of increasing field pea (Pisum sativum) level in high-concentrate diets on meat tenderness and sensory taste panel attributes in finishing steers and heifers. Prof. Anim. Sci. 29:33-38.

Sun, X., K.J. Chen, K.R. Maddock-Carlin, V.L. Anderson, A.N. Lepper, C.A. Schwartz, W.L. Keller, B.R. Ilse, J.D. Magolski, E.P. Berg. 2012. Predicting beef tenderness using color and multispectral image texture features. Meat Science. 92 (4): 386-393.

Hall, N.L., D.S. Buchanan, V.L. Anderson, B.R. Ilse, K.R. Carlin, and E.P. Berg. 2011. Working chute behavior of feedlot cattle can be an indication of cattle temperament and beef carcass composition and quality. Meat Science. 89:52-57. 

Meyer, A.M.,  J.J. Reed, T.L. Neville, J.F. Thorson, K.R. Maddock-Carlin, J.B. Taylor, L. P. Reynolds, D. A. Redmer, J. S. Luther, C. J. Hammer, K. A. Vonnahme, and J. S. Caton. 2011. Nutritional plane and selenium supply during gestation impact yield and nutrient composition of colostrum and milk in primiparous ewes. J. Anim. Sci. 89:1627-1639.

Reynolds, L.P., P.P. Borowicz, J.S. Caton, K.A. Vonnahme, J.S. Luther, C.J. Hammer, K.R. Maddock Carlin, A.T. Grazul-Bilska, and D.A. Redmer. 2010. Developmental programming: The concept, large animal models, and the key role of utero-placental vascular development. J. Anim. Sci. 88: E61-72. 

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