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Neville Joins Carrington Research Extension Center

He will focus his research on backgrounding and feedlot nutrition and management strategies, and management of beef cows under dry lot conditions.

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

His research will focus on backgrounding and feedlot nutrition and management strategies, as well as management of beef cows under dry lot conditions. This could include the use of byproducts, alternative feed resources and feed additives, and management practices that can help improve the productivity of area livestock producers.

“Over the last couple of years, I have had the opportunity to work with producers across the region in both the U.S. and Canada,” Neville says. “I am looking forward to bringing those experiences into my research here at Carrington REC and helping to improve our abilities to serve North Dakota’s livestock industry.”

Before joining the center, he was a consulting nutritionist with Nutrition Service Associates. Prior to that, he was the director and animal scientist at NDSU’s Central Grasslands Research Extension Center near Streeter.

Neville earned his master of science degree and doctorate in ruminant nutrition from NDSU.

“We are very pleased to have Dr. Neville join the CREC as he brings a unique combination of experiences that will place our livestock research program in a great position to continue contributions of research-based knowledge to producers and other sectors of our livestock industry,” says Blaine Schatz, director of the center.

NDSU Agriculture Communication - April 2, 2018

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