​​​​Swine Staff 

The swine staff is comprised of Animal Sciences faculty and staff from the Animal Sciences Research and Education Center (ASREC). Please click on any picture to redirect to their profile page.

Faculty Members


Brian Richert
Brian Richert
Extension Specialist
Nutrition and Management
Scott Radcliffe
Scott Radcliffe
Extension Specialist
Nutrition and Management
Allan Schinckel
Allan Schinckel
Extension Specialist
Breeding and Genetics
Kara Stewart
Kara Stewart
Extension Specialist
Reproductive Physiology








Layi Adeola
Olayiwola 'Layi' Adeola
Nutrition
Kola Ajuwon
Kolapo 'Kola' Ajuwon
Adipose Biology/Nutritional Physiology
Luiz Brito
Luiz Brito
Quantitative Genetics & Genomics
Birgit Cabot
Birgit Cabot
Reproductive Biology and Early Embryo Development 











Ryan Cabot
Ryan Cabot
Reproductive Physiology and Molecular Biology
Paul Ebner
Paul Ebner
Extension Specialist
Microbiology
Dale Forsyth
Dale Forsyth
Nonruminant Nutrition

Tim Johnson
Tim Johnson
Food Animal Microbiome and Microbial Ecology









Brad Kim
Yuan H 'Brad' Kim
Meat Science and Muscle Biology

Zoltan Machaty
Zoltan Machaty
Reproductive Physiology and Developmental Biology
Stacy Zuelly
Stacy Zuelly
Meat Science









ASREC Staff

Brian Ford
Brian Ford
Swine Unit Manager
Katelin Ade
Katelin Ade
Swine Unit Assistant Manager
Aaron Nally
Aaron Nally
Research Technician

Reid Haniford
Frederick 'Reid' Haniford
Research Technician










USDA-ARS Faculty Members

Susan Eicher
Susan Eicher
Research Physiologist
Immunology, Behavior & Well-Being
Jay Johnson
Jay Johnson
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Stress and Nutritional Physiology
Don Lay
Donald 'Don' Lay Jr
Research Leader
Animal Behavior & Well-Being
Jeremy Marchant-Forde
Jeremy Marchant-Forde
Research Animal Scientist
Ethology, Behavior & Welfare





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