Specialist -- Livestock Marketing & Farm Mgmt Specialist
Agricultural Economics

Dillon Feuz is an agricultural economics professor at the Utah State. His primary focus areas are in Livestock Marketing, and Farm & Ranch Management. He received his B.S. in Agribusiness in 1984 and his M.S. in Agricultural Economics in 1986 from the University of Wyoming and he received his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics in 1990 from Colorado State University. He spent six years at South Dakota State University teaching marketing and conducting research on livestock production and marketing issues.  He then worked for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for ten years analyzing various cattle management and marketing strategies and evaluating consumer's willingness-to-pay for flavor preferences for beef steaks.  Dillon was raised on a cattle ranch in western Wyoming.


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