Animal & Food Sciences
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
STILLWATER, OK 74078
Ruminant Nutrition, Gut Physiology, Metabolism, Nutritional Physiology
Dr. Andrew Foote was raised in Plainview, Texas. He attended Tarleton State University for his B.S. and M.S. degrees working in phosphorus absorption in dairy cows. Dr. Foote attended the University of Kentucky to study ruminant nutritional physiology. In 2013, Dr. Foote began work for the USDA, ARS at the US Meat Animal Research Center in Clay Center, NE as a post-doc for four months before becoming a research physiologist. Dr. Foote joined the faculty of Oklahoma State University as an assistant professor in 2018. Dr. Foote oversees the ruminant nutrition laboratories, teaches graduate courses related to ruminant nutrition and research methods, and is building a strong and diverse research program related to nutritional physiology and feed efficiency of growing and finishing beef and dairy cattle. Andrew also serves as an associate editor for Domestic Animal Endocrinology, is on the editorial board for the Journal of Animal Science, and is on the board of directors of ASAS.