Kim Koch, Ph.D.

Feed Production Center Manager
kim.koch@ndsu.edu

Responsibilities:
Directs the operation of the NCI Feed Production Center and oversees the production of livestock feeds used by North Dakota State University, North Dakota Experiment Stations and other land grant institutions in the four state region. Assists US Grains Council and the American Soybean Association with international outreach programming and technical assistance. Provides undergraduate and graduate level training in Feed Manufacturing Technology through course and workshop instruction. When invited, provides technical consultations for government or private initiatives in feed manufacturing technology, feedmill management and food animal production.

NDSU Adjunct Faculty Member: Animal Science Department

Education:
Master of Science in grain science and industry, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan.

Doctorate in grain science and industry, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan.

Recent Activities:
Continuing elucidation of effective and efficient feed processing technology applied to oilseeds, grains and specialty crops.

Professional Memberships:
American Feed Industry Association (member of the Nutrition Council and past chair of the Eco-Nutrition committee), American Association of Cereal Chemists (past chair of Publications Panel), World Aquaculture Society, American Oil Chemists Society and past chair of the Agriculture Microscopy Division.