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MARCONDES Marcos

  • Animal Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, United States of America
  • Animal behaviour , Animal nutrition modelling, Cattle production, Ruminant nutrition
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He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Animal Science at the Federal University of Viçosa and obtained his master's (2007) and doctorate (2010) at the same university. He has a postdoctoral period at the University of Florida in 2018-2019. He served as a Dairy Cattle Management and Nutrition professor at the Federal University of Viçosa from 2010-202, and in 2021 he transferred to Washington State University as a professor of Dairy Cattle Nutrition. The overall focus of MarcondesLab research is feed evaluation, nutrient requirements, and economics of dairy operations. Our research interest also includes using alternative feedstuffs to cattle, supplementation of replacement heifers on pasture and feedlots, and calf nutrition and development. Our research program uses an integrated approach by collaborating dairy cattle nutrition, reproduction, and behavior.
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MARCONDES Marcos

  • Animal Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, United States of America
  • Animal behaviour , Animal nutrition modelling, Cattle production, Ruminant nutrition
  • recommender

Recommendations:  0

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Educational and work
He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Animal Science at the Federal University of Viçosa and obtained his master's (2007) and doctorate (2010) at the same university. He has a postdoctoral period at the University of Florida in 2018-2019. He served as a Dairy Cattle Management and Nutrition professor at the Federal University of Viçosa from 2010-202, and in 2021 he transferred to Washington State University as a professor of Dairy Cattle Nutrition. The overall focus of MarcondesLab research is feed evaluation, nutrient requirements, and economics of dairy operations. Our research interest also includes using alternative feedstuffs to cattle, supplementation of replacement heifers on pasture and feedlots, and calf nutrition and development. Our research program uses an integrated approach by collaborating dairy cattle nutrition, reproduction, and behavior.