Area of Expertise: Ruminant Nutrition and Management, Beef
Education: B.S., University of Illinois; M.S. and Ph.D., Oklahoma State University
ANSC 44100 - Beef Management
Member of Purdue Teaching Academy and the Purdue Book of Great Teachers
Received both the Purdue University Outstanding Teacher and Counselor Awards in addition to the American Society of Animal Science Midwest Section Teaching Award
http://www.thebeefcenter.com | www.thebeefblog.com
Dr. Lemenager grew up on a livestock and grain farm. He currently has a cattle herd of his own with his two sons which keeps them connected as a family. His cow herd is an activity that makes him better at what he does. From a teaching and extension standpoint, he fights the challenges of beef producers (weather, forages, costs, production, and drought), and he uses his farm in beef production labs as a teaching opportunity.
(2009) College of Agriculture Team Award (Ethanol Co-products Team). Purdue University.
(2009) Special Award. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Specialist's Association (PUCESA).
(2008) Special Contribution and Service Award. Indiana Beef Cattle Association.
(2005) Lecturer - 13th Annual Totusek Lectureship. Oklahoma State University.
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