Adding Gain and Value Through Ionophores
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Putting weight on cattle efficiently is top of mind for nutritionists, stockers and feedlot producers. Ionophores can play a critical role in increasing average daily gain and improving feed efficiency. Ionophores help cattle use feedstuffs more efficiently and the right ionophore will help convert feed into valuable pounds. Join Dr. Brad Johnson from Texas Tech University and Dr. Bryan Bernhard from Zoetis on July 26 at 1 p.m. Central to see how ionophores can add weight and value to cattle. They will share the latest research results and insights that can help you leverage your ionophore for more than just feed efficiency.
Dr. Bryan Bernhard
Nutritionist, Beef Strategic Technical Services, Zoetis
Dr. Bryan Bernhard is a ruminant nutritionist on the Beef Strategic Technical Services team at Zoetis. He has been with Zoetis since 2016 and helps support customers in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas. Prior to joining Zoetis, Dr. Bernhard was on faculty at Texas Tech University in a teaching and research capacity. His research focused on starter cattle programs and growth promoting technologies. Dr. Bernhard earned both his Bachelor of Science (animal science) and Master of Science (ruminant nutrition) degrees from Texas Tech University, and his doctorate in ruminant nutrition from Oklahoma State University.
Dr. Brad Johnson
Gordon W. Davis Regent's Chair in Meat Science & Muscle Biology and Professor, Texas Tech University
Dr. Bradley J. Johnson is currently the Gordon W. Davis Regent’s Chair in Meat Science and Muscle Biology, and a Professor in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources’ Department of Animal and Food Sciences at Texas Tech University. Prior to joining Texas Tech in 2008, he was a muscle growth and development assistant and associate professor with the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry at Kansas State University. He previously served as an Extension Ruminant Nutrition and Beef Feedlot Specialist and Assistant Professor with the Department of Animal and Range Sciences at South Dakota State University.