Mr. David G. Lust, M.S., PAS
Instructor of Animal Science
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
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1992 – Present
Instructor of Animal Science, West Texas A&M University
American Angus Association, State Delegate
Texas Angus Association, Board of Directors
Greater West Texas Angus Association, Board of Directors
Gamma Sigma Delta
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
of genetic principles; using expected progeny differences .
Reproductive management in beef cattle: Use of estrus
artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.
Ranch management: Identifying and managing natural,
financial, and human resources.
WTAMU box 60998
Canyon, TX 79016-0001
Phone: (806) 651-2551
FAX: (806) 651-2938
Lust, David G. 1997. “ Do You Need More Bull
The Cattleman. October 1997.
Lust, David G. 1998. “Are You Using The Best?”
Red Angus Magazine. January 1998.