Section Awarded: National
David Lalman, Extension Award
Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health
Dr. David Lalman earned his PhD in Ruminant Nutrition from the University of Missouri in 1996. Since then, he has worked as a State Extension Beef Cattle Specialist at Oklahoma State University. His primary responsibilities are in cow/calf and stocker cattle nutrition and management. Dr. Lalman’s extension and research program emphasis is on increasing profitability and/or reducing cost of production through improved forage utilization, defining optimal supplementation practices and evaluating beef production systems and alternatives. Dr. Lalman has published 44 peer reviewed journal articles, 82 abstracts, 70 research progress reports, 83 extension publications, 61 proceedings articles, 36 Television/YouTube videos, given 589 in-state extension presentations and 36 national and international presentations. Dr. Lalman’s programs have generated $1,918,331 in extramural funding, been awarded $253,140 of internal (OSU) funding, and he has mentored 9 MS and 5 PhD students, as well as served on 36 other graduate student committees.