Clayton Livestock Research Center

Mission

The Clayton Livestock Research Center’s mission is to conduct research on the health and performance of newly received cattle, mostly lightweight. These cattle may originate in New Mexico or the Southwestern states and are brought to NM for grazing.

Vision

To be the premier feedlot research center in the United States.

Research Focus

Scientists at the Clayton Livestock Research Center conduct research on shipping protocols for cattle, particularly evaluating the health and performance of newly received cattle and nutrition and management from feedlot to slaughter. Other research involves irrigated pastures and native grasslands, including grazing and stocking densities on locoweed-infested pastures.



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Contact Information

Clayton Livestock Research Center
15 NMSU Lane
Clayton, NM 88415
Phone: (575) 374-2566
Cell: (575) 644-0366
Fax: (575) 374-2568

Dr. Glenn Duff, Superintendent
Phone: (575) 374-2566
Fax: (575) 374-2568
Email: glennd@nmsu.edu