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Andrew Weaver

Extension Specialist, Small Ruminants

North Carolina State University

 

(919) 555-2755
arweave3@ncsu.edu

120 Broughton Dr. (Polk Hall)
P.O. Box 7621
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695

 

Dr. Andrew Weaver is an Assistant Professor and Small Ruminant Extension Specialist at North Carolina State University. Dr. Weaver grew up in central Michigan where he was active in youth livestock programs. He received his B.S. in Animal Science from Michigan State University, M.S. from Virginia Tech, and Ph.D. from West Virginia University. His research and extension interests focus on utilization of genetic tools and management practices to improve parasite resistance, performance, and end-product value of small ruminants in the Southeastern U.S. 
 

Factsheets
Best Management Practices: Genetic Selection: Using Crossbreeding and Estimated
Breeding Values

Podcasts
Genetic resistance to worms in goats - For the Love of Goats [May 2020]

Videos
WormX Live!:  combination treatments (host)


 

Last updated 05.28.21

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