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Meet new faculty member Joe Emenheiser - CAHNR Newsroom
Dr. Emenheiser joined UConn in Fall 2020 as an Extension Educator / Instructor in a joint position between Extension (75%) and Animal Science (25%). He previously served as the State Extension Livestock Specialist in Vermont, and he most recently taught Animal Science courses at the University of Vermont and the Vermont Technical College.
My overarching focus is on livestock industry developent and meat quality improvement.
|ANSC 3273/SAAS 273||Livestock Management|
|ANSC 3674/SAAS 274||Livestock & Carcass Evaluation|
Emenheiser, J. C., R. G. Tait, Jr., S. D. Shackelford, L. A. Kuehn, T. L. Wheeler, D. R. Notter and R. M. Lewis. 2014. Use of ultrasound scanning and body condition score to evaluate composition traits in mature beef cows. J. Anim. Sci. 92:3868-3877.
Emenheiser, J. C., B. F. Tracy, A. E. Tanner, D. Fiske, W. S. Swecker, Jr., W. M. Clapham and R. M. Lewis. 2013. Days of rest impacts forage mass and quality in a rotational stocking system. J. Anim. Sci. 91(E-Suppl. 2):664.
Emenheiser, J. C., S. P. Greiner, R. M. Lewis, and D. R. Notter. 2010. Longitudinal changes in ultrasonic measurements of body composition during growth in Suffolk ram lambs and evaluation of alternative adjustment strategies for ultrasonic scan data. J. Anim Sci. 88:1341-1348.
Emenheiser, J. C., S. P. Greiner, R. M. Lewis, and D. R. Notter. 2010. Validation of live animal ultrasound measurements of body composition in market lambs. J. Anim Sci. 88:2932-2939.