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Arkansas Small Ruminants Blog
Dr. Dan QuadrosAsst. Professor - Small Ruminants
Phone: 501-425-4657Fax: 501-671-2185Email: email@example.com
Hi, my name is Dan Quadros, Small Ruminant Specialist at the University of Arkansas
System Division of Agriculture (UADA), Assistant Professor in the Department of Animal
In this blog, you will find articles about news, events, market, and management tips
to help grow your small ruminant business with economic, social, and environmental
sustainability in mind.
I was born and raised in a family of ranchers in Brazil. Naturally, I followed the
I graduated in Agronomy, and I got my Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Animal Science,
another Master's degree in Sustainability, and two post-docs, one at the University
of Florida and another at the Texas A&M University, in forages and pastures, and livestock
If you want to know more about my career, you can check out my CV.
I bring to the UADA my motivation, innovation, and confidence to transform the small
ruminant industry in Arkansas, with appropriate technology transfer for increasing
production efficiency and profit, with social inclusion, and environmental protection.
My goal is to increase producer knowledge and understanding of small ruminant husbandry/health,
production, and marketing.
I will work on developing a collaborative multi-agency, transdisciplinary program
that includes all segments of the small ruminant value chains.
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