Improving Protein Utilization to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Dairy Production – Dr. Chris Reynolds, University of Reading

Posted: October 8, 2021

Dr. Chris Reynolds, University of Reading

Dr. Chris Reynolds is Professor of Animal and Dairy Science at the University of Reading and Director of the University’s Centre for Dairy Research (CEDAR), which manages a herd of 575 Holstein cows producing over 6.25 million litres of milk annually for Sainsburys. He is also an adjunct professor at The Ohio State University. Current research projects are focusing on reducing nitrogen and methane excretion from ruminants and the effects of dairy foods on appetite and body weight in humans. Chris is currently the Dairy and Meat Foods and Health sub-theme leader for the Food Chain and Health Research Theme at Reading.