Dale’s research focuses on applied nutrition and production management issues relevant to the pork industry, including the recent evaluation of alternatives to feed-grade antimicrobials. Michigan livestock producers are likely most familiar with his research and demonstrative work on the composting of harvested livestock.
In the early 1990s, Dale began this work to fill a growing need of Michigan producers for a safe and effective alternative method of mortality disposal. More recently, a similar need for alternative animal tissue disposal methods by small butcher shops in the state has led to further composting work.
Dale holds three degrees in animal science from the University of Minnesota.
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