Justin Rhinehart has researched the use of dietary fat supplementation to alleviate the negative effects of endophyte-infected tall fescue on reproductive performance of beef heifers. He has also focused on pregnancy loss in cattle associated with changes in steroid hormone concentrations and placental development. He has served as an extension beef cattle specialist. His goal is to translate research findings into management practices that improve the profitability of beef cattle production.
Expertise Categories: Animal Science | Beef Cattle Production | Reproductive Physiology | Endocrinology