Stephanie A. Terry, Ph.D.

Research Scientist

Beef Cattle Systems Science

Current research and/or projects

Current research focuses on the use of nutritional and technological strategies to  mitigate whole-system ruminant greenhouse gas production and enhance the efficiency of beef cattle production

Research and/or project statements

Projects include:

  • Investigation of seaweeds to decrease enteric methane production
  • Strategies to improve the digestibility of low quality forages
  • Use of by-products in ruminant production
  • Evaluation of novel dietary additives to decrease enteric methane production

Professional activities / interests

  • Beef cattle research
  • Ruminant greenhouse gas measurement
  • Ruminant nutrient digestibility

Education and awards

Ph.D. Veterinary Science (Ruminant Nutrition and Microbiology), University of Sydney, Australia, 2020

Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience (Honours I), University of Sydney, Australia, 2016

International experience and/or work

Brazil - Evaluation of tropical forages, oils, and oilseeds to inhibit enteric methane production

Germany - Evaluation of dietary additives using in vitro techniques

Australia - Evaluation of dietary additives using in vitro techniques

Key publications

  1. Terry, S.A., Badhan, A., Wang, Y., Chaves, A.V., McAllister, T.A. (2019). Fibre digestion by rumen microbiota — a review of recent metagenomic and metatranscriptomic studies, 99(4), 678-692.

    2019 - View publication details

Research facility

5403 1st Avenue South
Lethbridge, AB T1J 4B1