Edward R. Hauser, Professor Emeritus of Animal Sciences died on Monday, Sept. 8. He was 98. He joined the faculty in the meat and animal sciences department in 1949 and retired in 1988. His research focused on beef cattle reproduction and genetics. He performed groundbreaking research on the how genetics altered the effects of environment on efficiency of beef production. Read his obituary here.This entry was posted in Milestones by . Bookmark the permalink.
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