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Meet the host

Clayton Chastain

Clayton Chastain earned his B.S. in Animal Sciences from Purdue University in May of 2017 and stayed at Purdue to earn his M.S. in Swine Nutrition in 2019.

After earning his M.S., Clayton worked as Swine Research Coordinator for United Animal Health where he gained experience in trial design and management, diet formulation, data collection and analysis, and many other aspects of swine research.

Currently, he works as a Swine Nutrition Technical Analyst for Swine it. 

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