Frank Craddock

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San Angelo, Texas


Dr. Frank Craddock is professor and extension sheep and goat specialist at the Texas A&M Research and Extension Center in San Angelo. He is also a member of the animal nutrition section in the Department of Animal Science. He received his bachelor's degree and doctorate from Texas A&M University and his master's from the University of Wyoming.

Craddock provides joint leadership for extension educational programs in sheep and goat production and management, and works with commodity groups, trade organizations and industry support groups. Before accepting his current appointment, he held the same position at the Texas A&M Center in Uvalde. He has also been an assistant professor in the Department of Animal Science at Texas Tech University and an assistant professor and extension animal scientist in sheep and wool at the University of Wyoming.

Dr. Craddock has received numerous honors and awards, including the Texas Agricultural Extension Service's Unit Award for Superior Service, Texas Tech University Aggie Council Outstanding Teaching Award and Texas Tech University Collegiate FFA Outstanding Professor Award. He has coached a national champion collegiate livestock judging team, a national champion collegiate wool judging team (five times) and a state champion 4-H livestock judging team.

Professional memberships include the American Society of Animal Science, Alpha Zeta and Gamma Sigma Delta.


B.S. - Texas A&M University
M.S. - University of Wyoming
PhD - Texas A&M University

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