Steven Loerch, an animal nutrition professor at The Ohio State University, received the American Society of Animal Science Fellow Award at the American Society of Animal Science National Awards Program. He focuses on management strategies that can improve the efficiency, profitability and nutritional quality of beef production.
Throughout his career, Loerch enhanced understanding of basic biological processes through applied beef cattle and sheep research. His research focuses on the following topics:
•Nutrition and management strategies for newly weaned calves
•Manipulation of intake to improve production efficiency and carcass characteristics
•Low-cost winter feeding programs for beef cattle and sheep
•Use of alternative feedstuffs as a replacement for high-priced corn.
In addition, Ohio State nutrition professor Maurice Eastridge was recognized with the Nutrition Professionals Inc. Applied Dairy Nutrition Award at the American Dairy Science Association Awards program.… Continue readingRead More »