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Anna Taylor is the new animal scientist at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center. Anna Taylor is the new animal scientist at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center.
A North Dakota native has joined NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center as an animal scientist.

Anna Taylor has joined North Dakota State University’s Carrington Research Extension Center as an animal scientist.

Her research focuses on animal nutrition, including ruminant nutrition, feedlot management and cow-calf production systems. She is continuing the center’s efforts to maximize the value and use of traditional feeds and forages, alternative feed grains, crop coproducts and crop residues.

Taylor holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science, a master’s in reproductive physiology and a doctorate in ruminant nutrition and meat science, all from South Dakota State University. After earning her Ph.D. in 2013, she became a post-doctoral assistant in ruminant nutrition at SDSU.

“Anna has a solid background that has prepared her well to continue the CREC’s focus on beef animal nutrition and is a native of Mandan, N.D., so we are excited to welcome her back to her home state,” center director Blaine Schatz says.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - Dec. 5, 2914

Source:Blaine Schatz, (701) 652-2951, blaine.schatz@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, (701) 231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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