Wildeus, Stephan, PhD
- Post Doc (1985) - Texas A&M
- Ph.D. (1983) - James Cook University, Australia (Reproductive Physiology)
- B.S. (1978) - Montana State Universtiy (Animal Science)
- Genetic resource preservation for small ruminants
- Sustainable production systems for hair sheep and meat goats
- Assisted reproductive technologies for small ruminants
Professional Society Memberships
- American Livestock Breeds Conservancy
- American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists
- American Society of Animal Science
- International Goat Association
- American College of Animal Physiology
- Blackburn, H.D., S.R. Paiva, S. Wildeus, W. Getz, D. Waldron, R. Stobart, D. Bixby, P.H. Purdy, C. Welsh, S. Spiller, and M. Brown. 2011. Genetic structure and diversity among U.S. sheep breeds: Identification of major gene pools. Journal of Animal Science 89:2336-2348.
- Turner, K.E., S. Wildeus, and J.R. Collins. 2011. Performance and nutrient utilization in purebred and Spanish and Boer x Spanish and Kikio x Spanish genetic types of goats offered alfalfa hay with corn supplementation. Small Ruminant Research 96:144-148.
- Ogejo, J.A., S. Wildeus, P. Knight, and R.B. Wilke. 2010. Estimating goat and sheep manure production and their nutrient contribution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 26:1061-1065.
- Burke, J.M., F. Soli, J.E. Miller, T.H. Terrill, S. Wildeus, S.A. Shaik, W.R. Getz, and M. Vanguru. 2010. Administraion of copper oxide wire particles in a capsule or feed for gastrointestinal nematode control in goats. Veterinary Parasitology 168:346-350.
- Wildeus, S., J.M. Luginbuhl, K.E. Turner, Y.L. Nutall, J.R. Collins. 2007. Growth and carcass characteristics in goat kids fed grass and alfalfa-hay-based diets with limited concentrate supplementation. Sheep & Goat Research Journal 20:42-46.
- Sustainable pasturebased livestock extension educational tools for integrated use. USDA-NIFA-CBG, $99,466.
- Effect of Management Practices on Alpaca Fiber Production, USDA-CSREES-CBG, 2008-20012, $498,886.
- Gastrointestinal parasite epidemiology and control in alpacas. VSU Research Initiation Grant, $10,064.
- Managing the Impact of Wild Birds on Food Safety and Farm Hygiene, USDA-CSREES-CBG, 2006-2009, $300,000.
- Feeding and Grazing Strategies to Control Gastrointestinal Parasite in Meat Goats. USDA-ARS Specific Cooperative Agreement. 2005-2010. $85,000.