Kim is an extension specialist, working closely with Auburn’s Animal Science and Forage Extension Team to help develop and deliver educational programs related to beef cattle management systems. The systems approach enables her team to look at how all of the production pieces work together to form management recommendations for producers. Kim’s academic appointment at Auburn is 75 percent extension and 25 percent research. Her research program is focused on developing forage management and supplementation strategies that improve beef production efficiency and the economics viability of these systems.
Assistant Professor/Extension Specialist of Beef Cattle Production Systems
Department of Animal Sciences
Crop Science Society of America Gerald Mott Award for Meritous Graduate Student, University of Florida Award Winner (2014); University of Florida Agronomy Department Fred Hull Award for Excellence in Research (2013); Auburn University Top Ten Master’s Student Award (2010); Claude Hardee Memorial Award for Outstanding Senior in the Auburn University College of Agriculture (2008)
I have many favorite memories from when I was a student at Auburn. My favorite College of Agriculture memory has to be traveling to the Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, Georgia, every year with the Ag Ambassadors to greet potential students and learn about new technologies in the agriculture industry. During my time as an undergraduate student, we were also in the midst of a long winning streak against Alabama in football, which led to many special memories with friends rolling Toomer’s Corner.