Dr. Limin Kung, University of Delaware presents, "Wild Yeasts and Aerobic Stability of Silages and TMR "
Dr. Limin Kung, Jr.
Professor-Emeritus, Dept. of Animal & Food Sciences, University of Delaware
Limin Kung, Jr. is a native of Honolulu Hawaii where he obtained his BS and MS degrees in Animal Science. He completed his PhD at Michigan State University in Dairy Science. After working on Bovine Somatotropin at Monsanto Co for several years, he joined the staff in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences, University of Delaware. Limin recently retired as the S. Hallock du Pont Professor of Animal Sciences (an endowed professorship) and had research, teaching and extension appointment. He also led the Department as Chairperson for 5 years. His research was centered on ways to improve the productive efficiency of lactating dairy cows through a better understanding of fermentation processes that occurs in silage and in the rumen of cows. His silage program has been recognized in the US and internationally and he is a sought-after speaker at dairy meetings throughout the world.