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Mr. David G. Lust, M.S., PAS
Instructor of Animal Science
Director, WTAMU Nance Ranch
Division of Agriculture
West Texas A&M University
Canyon, TX  USA

1985 -  B.S., Texas Tech University
            Lubbock, Texas  (Agricultural Education)
1989 – M.S.  Michigan State University
            East Lansing, Michigan (Animal Science)

1989 – 1992
 Education Program Specialist, Department of Animal Science,
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1992 – Present
Instructor of Animal Science, West Texas A&M University

Professional Organizations
 American Angus Association, State Delegate
 Texas Angus Association, Board of Directors
 Greater West Texas Angus Association, Board of Directors
 Gamma Sigma Delta
 Alpha Zeta
Academic Interests
 Livestock evaluation and selection:  Visual and data based evaluation techniques.
Genetic evaluation of beef cattle:  Use of  Expected Progeny Differences in commercial and purebred herds.
Genetic management in beef cattle:  Mating systems and application of  genetic principles; using expected progeny differences .
Reproductive management in beef cattle:  Use of estrus synchronization, artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.
Ranch management:  Identifying and managing natural, physical, financial, and human resources.

Personal Information
 WTAMU box 60998
 Canyon, TX 79016-0001
 Phone: (806) 651-2551
 FAX: (806) 651-2938
 E-mail:  dlust@mail.wtamu.edu

Selected Publications
Lust, David G. 1997.  “ Do You Need More Bull Power?”  The Cattleman. October 1997.
Lust, David G. 1998.  “Are You Using The Best?”  American Red Angus Magazine.  January 1998.