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Erika Berg

Erika Berg








Erika Berg
Associate Professor - Equine Studies

Office: Hultz Hall 174
Phone: (701) 231-9611

Research interests:
The impact of therapeutic horsemanship on equine and human participants.
Maternal factors affecting equine neonatal physiology.

Ph.D., Animal Science – University of Missouri, 2006
M.S., Animal Science – Purdue University, 1995
B.S., Animal Science – Purdue University, 1994

Courses taught:
ANSC 210 Introduction to Therapeutic Horsemanship
ANSC 310 Principles of Therapeutic Horsemanship Instruction
ANSC 410 Therapeutic Horsemanship Teaching Practicum

Recent publications:
E. L. Berg, D. L. Meyer, and D. H. Keisler.  2007.  Endocrine changes in peri-parturient mares and their foals.  Journal of Animal Science 85:1660-1668.

J. A. Carroll, E. L. Berg, T. A. Strauch, and H. Kattesh.  2006. Hormonal profiles, behavioral responses and short-term growth performance following castration of pigs at 3, 6, 9, or 12 days of age.  Journal of Animal Science 84:1271-1278. 

E. L. Berg, C. J. Fu, J. H. Porter, and M. S. Kerley.  2005. Fructooligosaccharide (FOS) supplementation in the yearling horse:  effects on fecal pH, microbial content, and volatile fatty acid concentrations.  Journal of Animal Science 83:1549-1553.

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