Terry KlopfensteinPhoto Terry Klopfenstein

Professor Emeritus, Ruminant Nutrition

C220g Animal Science Building
Lincoln, NE 68583-0908
Phone: (402)472-6443
Fax: (402)472-6362
Email: tklopfenstein1@unl.edu

Mini CV

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. 1965 - Ohio State University - Ruminant Nutrition
  • M.S. 1963 - Ohio State University - Ruminant Nutrition
  • B.S. 1961 - Ohio State University - Animal Science

PREVIOUS POSITIONS HELD

  • Associate Professor - University of Nebraska (1969-1974)
  • Assistant Professor - University of Nebraska (1967-1969)
  • Research Associate - University of Nebraska (1965-1967)

AWARDS & HONORS

  • Cow-Calf and Forage Systems in the Nebraska Sandhills Team Award, 2003
  • UNL Alumni Association Excellence in Graduate Education Award, 2003
  • American Society of Animal Science Fellow Award for Teaching, 2003
  • Livestock Service Award, Nebraska Cattleman, 2003
  • President, Federated Animal Science Societies (2001-2002)
  • President, American Society of Animal Science (1998-1999)
  • Holling Family Teaching Award, 1998
  • Nebraska Hall of Achievement, 1994
  • UNL Teaching Award for College of Agriculture, 1992
  • President, Midwest Section American Society of Animal Science, 1989
  • Kermit Wagner Professorship, 1989
  • Ohio State University, Animal Science Department Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1983
  • Gamma Sigma Delta Teaching Award, 1982
  • Gamma Sigma Delta Research Award, 1982
  • Service to Livestock Industry Award, Walnut Grove, 1981
  • American Feed Manufacturing Association Nutrition Award, American Society of Animal Science, 1981

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • President: American Society of Animal Science (1998-1999)
  • President: Federation of Animal Science Society (2000-2001)

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Society of Animal Science

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Beef Production Systems
  • Forage Utilization
  • Protein Utilization
  • Byproducts
  • Waste Management
  • E. coli 0157:H7
  • Protein Nutrition
  • Growing and Finishing Cattle

COURSES

  • ASCI 490A: Feedlot Management Internship
    Semester: Summer & Fall
    Summary: Management internship in a beef feedlot. Organizational and financial structure of the beef feedlot and experience in making decisions related to: animals production, marketing, business management, and personnel management.


  • Feedlot Nutrition and Management


  • Forage Evaluation