Award Winner Detail

Award: Animal Management Award
Univeristy: USDA-ARS
Year: 2013
Section Awarded: National

Stacey Gunter, Animal Management Award

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Dr. Stacey Gunter is the Supervisory Rangeland Management Specialist for the USDA, Agricultural Research Service research unit in Woodward, OK. He received his B.S. in Animal Science from Oregon State University (1987), a M.S. in Animal Science from the University of Nevada-Reno (1989), and Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition (1993) from Oklahoma State University. During his 20-year career, he has taught courses in animal nutrition and management and conducted research in grazing livestock nutrition. Stacey and his colleagues have authored 75 peer-reviewed articles, 284 proceedings, experiment station articles, research reports, and scientific abstracts. Of particular significance are his contributions in the selenium nutrition of beef cattle on the Coastal Plain and several important aspects of grazing livestock nutrition for ruminant animals. He was Associate Editor of the Journal of Animal Science and is presently an Associate Editor for the Professional Animal Scientist.

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