Richard Browning, Jr.
Professor, Animal Science
Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences
Office Location: 202-D Farrell-Westbrook Bldg
Lab Location: 210 Farrell-Westbrook Bldg
Office Telephone: 615-963-5837
Lab Telephone: 615-963-5867
Physiology and Genetics in Beef Cattle and Meat Goats
Browning, R., Jr., M. L. Leite-Browning, and M. Byars, Jr. 2010. Reproductive and health traits among Boer, Kiko, and Spanish meat goat does under humid, subtropical pasture conditions of the southeastern United States. Journal of Animal Science doi:10.2527/jas.2010-2930.
Browning, R., Jr. 2008. On-Farm Performance Testing for Meat Goat Herds. Outreach Bulletin #MGB 701.1. Tennessee State University, Nashville. 4 pp.
Browning, R, Jr. 2004.Effects of endophyte-infected tall fescue on indicators of thermal status and growth in Hereford and Senepol steers. Journal of Animal Science 82:634-643.
Genetic management and decision-making through breed evaluation and doe herd performance testing in meat goat enterprises.
AGSC 3450 Beef Cattle Production and Management
AGSC 4440 Physiology of Reproduction
BS (1989), Agriculture – Prairie View A&M University
MS (1992) and PhD (1994), Physiology of Reproduction – Texas A&M University
Date joined staff: 1994