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    Dr Sarah Morgan

    BSc (Hons), PhD, FHEA

    Lecturer (Beef & Sheep Production)


    University Lecturer specialising in Beef and Sheep Production, teaching a variety of topics related to sustainable, agroecological and regenerative livestock production and animal science.

    Modules I teach on include:

    • A4005c17 Animal Production Systems [Dairy] 
    • A4015c17 Large Animal Management [Beef]
    • A5006c17 Sustainable Livestock Production Systems [Sheep]
    • A5016c17 Farm Animal Science
    • A6021/22c17 Sustainable Animal Production Systems [Lowland]
    • A7080 Recent Advances in Ruminant Nutrition
    • A7081 Ruminant Animal Production & Feed Industry



    I also carry out cross-disciplinary academic research on improving the sustainability of pasture-based beef and sheep production systems, with a particular interest in soil-plant-animal interactions and system analysis. I have over ten years of experience working on collaborative, transdisciplinary, applied research projects involving various academic and industry partners.

    Research expertise include:

    • Grazing and grassland management
    • Livestock production and efficiency
    • Livestock behaviour, health and welfare
    • Soil quality and health
    • Meat science
    • Precision Livestock Farming and Agri-technology


    Professional Memberships

    Member of British Society of Animal Science
              Registered Animal Scientist (Associate)

    Academic Department: Agriculture and Environment

    Twitter: @GrazyScientist

    Office: ACSES

    Research profile: ORCID

    Research projects


    You can contact Dr Sarah Morgan if you would like to discuss any of the following course modules:



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