Equine Science Research
Texas A&M strives to conduct equine research spanning many scientific disciplines, including equine nutrition, exercise physiology, reproductive physiology, endocrinology, and extension. Faculty seek to investigate industry-changing topics that serve the state of Texas, the nation, and all over the world. Graduate and undergraduate student exposure to and participation in research is a normal part of the section culture, which yields valuable experiential learning opportunities for students.
Learn More About all Animal Science Research
Currently, the Department of Animal Science is researching a variety of projects that cover issues such as animal genomics, meat science, food safety, as well as projects focusing on the major livestock species in Texas. Our research programs focus on applied science, which has an immediate application to Texas animal agriculture, and basic science, which provides the foundation for scientific information to impact further research discoveries.