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

School of Animal Science News Archive Published 10/19/17

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On May 1, 2017 the LSU AgCenter School of Animal Sciences welcomed a new Instructor to the Faculty. Mark Williams earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Dairy Production and Master of Science degree in Extension Education from LSU. Previous positions held at the University of Georgia and Auburn University include Assistant Manager of the Beef Unit (UGA), Manager of the Sheep Unit (UGA), and Manager of the Beef Unit Bull Test Station, and Ham Wilson Livestock Arena while at Auburn. Mark also has experience as an Extension Associate and an Assistant Extension Agent with the LSU AgCenter. Most recently he acted as Executive Director of the Indiana State Dairy Association at Purdue University.

Mark will teach the ANSC 2050 Animal Management Practices, in which students learn the techniques of routine and special conditions of animal handling, care, movement, restraint, and their interactions with different facilities and production systems; practices in large and small ruminants, equine, swine, and poultry.

10/19/2017 6:35:06 PM
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