The College of Agriculture would like to announce the addition of Dr. Adam McGee to the Missouri State University family. The growth of our staff is going to impact current and future students with more insight and experience in their college careers.
McGee will be highly involved with the beef program and has the credentials and upbringing to bring a fresh perspective and teaching style.
Dr. Adam McGee grew up on a diversified livestock farm in Purdy, MO. During high school he was active in FFA, 4-H, and livestock showing. After high school he received an A.S. degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, a B.S. degree in Agriculture Education from Kansas State University, M.S. degree in Ruminant Nutrition from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and completed a PhD from Oklahoma State University focusing on Cow-Calf management and nutrition in 2018. During college, Dr. McGee was active on the livestock judging and wool judging teams as well as actively involved in numerous clubs.
He has experience working with both sheep and beef cattle. Besides his experience working on the family farm, Dr. McGee also worked on the KSU Sheep Unit and Managed the OSU North Range Cow-Calf Research herd. Since 2018, Dr. McGee has been teaching Animal Science at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX.
Starting in the fall, he will be instructing Animal Nutrition and Stocker Feeder. We are excited for our students to meet Dr. McGee and grow in their programs with his teaching. Welcome to Missouri State, Dr. McGee! You are going to love it here.