James Caldwell

James Caldwell, Ph.D.

Companion Research Manager


Profile

Education

University of Arkansas

Background

Dr. Caldwell received his B.S. in Animal Science from Morehead State University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Ruminant Nutrition from The University of Arkansas. After completing his degree he worked as an Assistant Professor of Animal Science in the Department of Agriculture & Environmental Science at Lincoln University for four and half years. Dr. Caldwell has an adjunct appointment at the University of Arkansas.  While at Lincoln University he taught animal nutrition and forage related courses, primarily Applied Nutrition, Ruminant Nutrition, and Pastures and Forages. 
 
His research primarily focused on ruminant nutrition and grazing systems dealing with both small and large ruminant animals. He has been the PI or Co-PI of several research projects funded by USDA, NIFA, and NRCS, and has numerous research articles published. 
 
Dr. Caldwell has been a review author for The Journal of Animal Science, The Professional Animal Scientist, and Sheep and Goat Research Journal. Also, he has been an invited speaker at different conferences, and was involved in national collaborative projects. 

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