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Kellogg to take reins of Extension educational efforts to dairy industry


Dr. Wayne Kellogg, University of Arkansas professor of Animal Science, will assume responsibilities for Extension educational programs to the dairy industry beginning Aug. 5, according to Dr. Milo Shult, vice president-agriculture, head of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture.

"Kellogg has a national reputation for working in all aspects of dairying," Shult said. "He was recently inducted as a Fellow of the American Society of Dairy Science in honor of his work and support of the industry."

Kellogg will continue to conduct applied dairy research addressing production issues in Arkansas. He also teaches a senior course in milk production.

He earned a BS in agriculture and MS in dairy husbandry from the University of Missouri and a PhD in nutrition from the University of Nebraska. Kellogg has taught at the University of Arkansas since 1981.

"We are very fortunate to have someone with a national recognized dairy reputation and who knows the Arkansas dairy industry like Kellogg to be able to continue our long-standing support of this industry," Shult said. "With the Arkansas diary industry going through such difficult financial times, we are pleased that we can have someone like Kellogg devoting 100 percent of his time to working with industry issues.

The Cooperative Extension Service is part of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, which offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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