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Jasmine Dillon
Animal Sciences
College of Agricultural Sciences

Animal Sciences Building, Room
  • Ph D, Pennsylvania State University; Animal Science
  • MS, Texas A&M University; Animal Breeding
  • BS, Texas A&M University; Animal Science
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Jasmine Dillon is an Assistant Professor in the CSU Department of Animal Sciences. She uses life cycle and systems thinking to evaluate the role of livestock in sustainable food systems.

Dillon, Jasmine Ashley, Stackhouse-Lawson, Kim, Thoma, Greg, Gunter, Stacey A, Rotz, C Alan, Kebreab, Ermias, Riley, David G, Tedeschi, Luis O, Villalba, Juan, Mitloehner, Frank, others, , (2021) Current state of enteric methane and the carbon footprint of beef and dairy cattle in the United States Animal Frontiers 11 4 57--68

Thomas, Milt, Dillon, Jasmine Ashley, Bailey, Derek, Speidel, Scott E, Enns, Mark Mark, (2020) "Grazing distribution of beef cattle: Acronyms of technology and spatial measures" Journal of Animal Science 98 Supplement 3 363

Jablonski, Kevin E, Dillon, Jasmine Ashley, Hale, James W, Jablonski, Becca BR, Carolan, Michael S, One place doesn’t fit all: Improving the effectiveness of sustainability standards by accounting for place Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4 145

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