Lance A. Baker, Ph.D.


Ph.D., Animal Nutrition, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 1995.  Dissertation entitled, "The effect of two forms of sodium and potassium, and chloride versus sulfur on the dietary cation-anion balance equation: Effects on acid-base status and mineral balance in sedentary horses."

M.S., Animal Science, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 1993.  Thesis entitled, "The effects of dietary cation-anion balance on acid-base status and mineral balance in sedentary horses."

B.S., Animal Science, Business Option, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 1988

Research Interests
Equine nutrition and exercise physiology; Mineral nutrition and Interaction of mineral nutrition and bone; Acid-base status and effects on mineral balance; Economics of equine industry

Current Position:  Associate Professor of Animal Science, Equine Industries Program,  Division of Agriculture, WTAMU.  Canyon, TX.  Course instructor for:

        ANSC 2374              Equine Care & Management
        ANSC 3374              Principles of Animal Nutrition
        ANSC 4370/5370     Equine Science & Production
        ANSC 4473/5473     Equine Business Management
       Various graduate courses at the M.S. and Ph.D. level

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Contact Information 

Department of Agricultural Sciences 
PO Box 60998 
West Texas A&M University 
Canyon, TX  79016 

Ph: (806) 651-2561
Fax: (806) 651-2938