- Bruce Carpenter
- Professor & Extension Livestock Specialist
- District VI Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Center in Ft. Stockton
- Undergraduate Education
- B.S. in Animal Science and Range Science, New Mexico State University
- Graduate Education
- M.S. in Physiology of Reproduction, Texas A&M University
- Ph.D. in Physiology of Reproduction, Texas A&M University
- Agriculture Program’s Vice Chancellor’s Award in Excellence for Extension Education
- Texas Cooperative Extension Superior Service Award
- Publications Award from the Texas Section of the Society for Range Management
Dr. Bruce Carpenter, associate professor and Extension livestock specialist, is headquartered at the District VI Texas AgriLife Extension Center in Ft. Stockton. He is also a member of the physiology of reproduction section in the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M. He received his bachelor’s in animal science and range science at New Mexico State University. He earned both master’s and doctorate degrees at Texas A&M University in Physiology of Reproduction.
Carpenter’s Extension activities include district responsibilities in a 23 county area in the Far West Texas district where he interacts with County Extension Agents, livestock producers, and allied industry to conduct educational programs and applied research targeting range livestock (cattle, sheep, goats), horses, and ranch and natural resource management and planning. At the regional and state levels, he is active in Integrated Toxic Plant Management, the Southwest Beef Symposium, and cattle pregnancy determination and artificial insemination clinics.
Professional memberships include the American Society of Animal Science, The Society for Range Management and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.