Dr. Minfeng Tang
Livestock and Meat Economics, Veterinary Economics
Technical Field Advisor - Livestock and Veterinary Economics
Research Associate, Kansas State University
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Purdue University
Minfeng Tang has a strong interest in applied research with practical implications for producers and private stakeholders in agriculture production especially livestock production. His graduate research on beef cattle production has examined multiple aspects of beef cattle supply chain covering seedstock, cow-calf, and feedlot operations. He is currently a research associate in the Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State University. His current research projects focus on sustainable beef cattle production through optimized rangeland grazing balancing social, environmental, and economic benefits. Minfeng Tang holds a Ph.D. degree in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University, West Lafayette, and a M.S. degree in Agricultural Economics with minor in Statistics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.