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Iowa State University

Iowa State University
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Daniel G. Morrical
Professor of Animal Science
Iowa State University
313M Kildee Hall
Ames, IA 50011-3150
Phone: 515-294-2904
Fax:     515-294-3795
Email: morrical@iastate.edu

Education
Doctor of Philosophy, New Mexico State: 1984
Master of Science, New Mexico State: 1982
Bachelor of Science, Purdue University: 1977


Instruction
Dr. Morrical provides instruction in production systems, management, resource evaluation and allocation, nutrition health, financial records, and low cost nutrition alternatives.

Research
Dr. Morrical's area of research is sheep nutrition, sheep health, fetal and lamb survival

Professional Affiliations and Committees
Nutritional Sciences Council; American Society of Animal Science

Other Links
Understanding Sheep Nutrition
Missouri Livestock Symposium Presentations
Controlling Feed Costs in Goats
Critical Nutrients for Lamb Survival
Thinking Outside the Flock
2011 Lamb and Wool Festival
Controlling Feed costs
Past PDF files
Profitable sheep production
Lamb Feeding
The Ins and Outs of Pasture Lambing
Feeding Ewes
Using Co-Products from the Corn Milling Industry in Sheep Rations
Polioencephalomalachia in Feeder Lambs - Dr. Paul Plummer
Links
Sheep Companion Modules to BRANDS Software
Sheep / Goat Marketing
Maryland Small Ruminants
American Sheep Industry Association
PowerPoint
Thomas Spencer NSIP Sale 2009
Breeding Season Management
Corn Processing Co-products in sheep diets
Profitable sheep production
Practical Feeding Guidelines for Dairy Ewes
Kreg Leymaster Presentation, Part 1
Kreg Leymaster Presentation, Part 2
Dr. Timm's Mastitis Presentation
Feeding Lambs
Feeding Ewes
Getting the most from Ewe Lambs
Nebraska Feeding In Drought 2002 Crossbreeding
Time Management Basics
What the NRC Means for our flocks
Presentations
Lamb Growth Efficiency and Cost of Gain by Jeff Held, Part 1
Lamb Growth Efficiency and Cost of Gain by Jeff Held, Part 2
Health Issues in Sheep Feedlots by Larry Holler, Part 1
Health Issues in Sheep Feedlots by Larry Holler, Part 2