The School of Animal Sciences welcomes a new Instructor to the Faculty

Charles Boudreaux  |  9/29/2017 4:14:25 PM

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On May 1, 2017 the LSU AgCenter School of Animal Sciences welcomed a new Instructor to the Faculty. Tyler Braud earned his Bachelor of Science Degree with the School of Animal Sciences in 2013. He went on to earn a Master of Science in Animal Sciences from Mississippi State University in 2015. He spent two years as an Extension Agent for the Mississippi State University Extension Service.

Tyler is currently teaching ANSC 2051 (Large Farm Animal Practicum Lab), which focuses on routine and special husbandry activities related to animal handling, care, movement, restraint and their interactions with different facilities and production systems. Tyler is also co-teaching ANSC 1011 (Introduction to Animal Science) and ANSC 2050 (Animal Management Practices). While undergraduate instruction is his main focus, Tyler also has responsibilities with the 4-H Livestock Program, assisting with various shows, educational trips, and contests throughout the year.

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