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Duff Hired as Superintendent at Clayton Livestock Research Center

LAS CRUCES -- Glenn Duff began work last month as the superintendent of New Mexico State University's Clayton Livestock Research Center.

In his position, Duff will analyze the health, performance and nutritional needs of newly weaned cattle. He also will conduct research on transportation stress, feedlot management and the effects of growth-promoting compounds in livestock.

Duff, an Iowa native, has been a post-doctoral research associate at the center since 1994. Prior to that, he worked as a livestock feed nutritionist for Farr Better Feeds in Garden City, Kan.

He received his bachelor's degree in animal/dairy science from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, and his master's degree in physiology from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. He earned his doctorate in ruminant nutrition from NMSU.

Duff is a member of the American Association of Animal Science and the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists.