How Microencapsulation as a delivery system can be used to optimize nutrient absorption in ruminants? In this Maxx Talks, hear what Dr. Wayne Greene has to say about the benefits of Microencapsulation as a technology platform capable of delivering full value of sensitive ingredients up and down the gastrointestinal tract.
Dr. Wayne Greene is a professor and head of the department of animal sciences at Auburn University, and is considered one of the foremost authorities on animal nutrition in the United States. Greene’s primary research discipline is in the area of ruminant nutrition. His research focuses primarily on beef cattle nutrition, specifically emphasizing nutrient utilization and metabolism.
Greene previously held a professorship in animal sciences in the Texas A & M University System, during which he taught graduate students at Texas A & M, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station and Texas Cooperative Extension.
In 2003, Greene was named the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Faculty Fellow and the Texas A & M University System Board of Regents Faculty Fellow, the highest faculty award given in the Texas A & M University System, for his achievements in mineral nutrition of stocker and feedlot cattle and environmental nutrition. In 2017, he was honored with the Southern Section Distinguished Service Award.
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