Professor/ASI Teaching Coordinator|Animal Feed Safety
Dr. Cassie Jones is a Professor and Teaching Coordinator in the Department of Animal Sciences & Industry at K-State. Dr. Jones is originally from Beulah, N.D., where her family raised Rambouillet sheep. She earned her B.S. and M.S. in swine nutrition at Kansas State University and her Ph.D. in nutritional sciences at Iowa State University. In her current at K-State, Dr. Jones coordinates the animal science undergraduate teaching program, which is the largest major on campus with more than 800 undergraduate students and nearly 300 class sections offered annually. She serves as an academic advisor and teaches freshman orientation, as well as animal nutrition courses to undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Jones also has a robust research program focused on understanding pathogen transmission through feed and ingredients. She is a regular resource to government and industry partners as they build science-based policy and implement best-practices for producing animal feed and pet food that is both nutritionally wholesome and safe. She and her husband, Spencer, have three children, Ty, Hayden, and Hadley, and raise Angus cattle in Wabaunsee County.
Manhattan, KS 66506
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