Ted’s worried about the internet. And how much bad information cattle owners are getting. Because he thinks raising cattle to their genetic potential is relatively easy: give cows what they need when they need it, then get out of the way. Knowing what they need is Ted’s specialty.
After earning a master’s degree in animal science from Penn State University, he served as a research associate at Cornell University. As a Purina consultant, Ted talks to people every day – like cattle owners with real-time problems – and translates the research into real help. And the one thing people need more than anything else: reassurance.