Katie Austin is currently a Technical Officer (Grazing efficiency) – Extensive Livestock unit of NSW Department of Primary Industries. Katie graduated from University of New England with Bachelor of Rural Science (Hons) in 2010, followed by Master of Agriculture (2013).
Katie is currently involved in a collaborative project that aims to improve feed efficiency by developing new traits for genetic selection of cattle including behaviour, intake and efficiency at pasture.
J. J. Bond, M. Cameron, A. J. Donaldson, K. L. Austin, S. Harden, D. L. Robinson and V. H. Oddy(2017) Aspects of digestive function in sheep related to phenotypic variation in methane emissions, Animal Production Science 59(1) 55-65.
Citation: Xiang R, McNally J, Bond J, Tucker D, Cameron M, Donaldson AJ, Austin KL, Rowe S, Jonker A, Pinares-Patino CS, McEwan JC, Vercoe PE, Oddy VH and Dalrymple BP (2018) “Across-Experiment Transcriptomics of Sheep Rumen Identifies Expression of Lipid/Oxo-Acid Metabolism and Muscle Cell Junction Genes Associated With Variation in Methane-Related Phenotypes” Front. Genet. 9:330.
S. Dominik, D.L. Robinson, A.J. Donaldson, M. Cameron, K.L. Austin and V.H. Oddy (2019) “RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FEED INTAKE, ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND METHANE EMISSIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR GENETIC EVALUATION” ANIMAL PRODUCTION SCIENCE Volume 59, Issue 1, 1–200
J. J. Bond, A. J. Donaldson, J. V. F. Coumans, K. Austin, D. Ebert, D. Wheeler & V. H. Oddy (2019) “Protein profiles of enzymatically isolated rumen epithelium in sheep fed a fibrous diet” Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology, volume 10, Article number: 5
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Location: Armidale Livestock Industries Centre, JSF Barker Building, Trevenna Road, University of New England