Instructor of Animal Science
B.S. and M.A., University of Arkansas; M.S., Angelo State University
Landon Sullivan has more than ten years of experience teaching animal science and equine science courses. In addition to his professional teaching experience, he has several years of practical experience in beef cattle production. His prior research efforts focused on beef cattle nutrition and fertility. Sullivan is a registered Professional Animal Scientist with the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientist, specializing in horses and cattle.
Sullivan's pedagogy follows the "tell, show and do" approach, with hands-on demonstrations and lab activities to provide students the opportunity to perform objectives in the safest, most effective learning environments. In addition to his professional and practical experiences, he has held elected leadership roles as a board member on county and district fair boards, county Farm Bureau organizations, and county Cattlemen’s Associations as well as nationally with the United States Cattlemen’s Association.
His courses include animal physiology, animal breeding and genetics, animal nutrition, animal behavior, as well as animal health and well-being.
Sullivan, L.T., J.W. Dickison, C.M. Harris, M.W. Salisbury, and C. A. Runyan. 2018. Evaluation of essential oil and injectable trace mineral on bull growth performance and fertility. Transl. Anim. Sci. 2:S189–S192 doi: 10.1093/tas/
Beck, P., L.T. Sullivan, M. Sims, J. Jennings. Reducing Winter Feeding Needs in Southern Arkansas Through the Use of Best Management Grazing Principles. 2014. Joint Annual Meeting (JAM).
Animal Physiology, Animal Breeding and Genetics, Animal Nutrition, Animal Behavior, Animal Health and Well-Being