Texas A&M University
“It’s a good day for me,” says Karen Davison, “when I can make a day better for a horse.”
Horses are individuals. They don’t read the textbook; what works for one doesn’t work for another. So Karen takes her science out of the lab and directly to owners, and horses, in a way that makes a real difference. She uses her team’s collective expertise and experience to work through issues and tweak individual feeding programs. And they use these experiences to develop new and better feeds.
Karen holds both a master’s and a Ph.D. from Texas A&M University and is a horse owner from way back. And while she satisfies her curiosity with research, she still gets her kicks on the ride. Purina, Karen says, is tailor-made for her.