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Stacy Antle

Biological Science Technician


Contact Information

Phone:  +1 270-781-2260 ext. 245



Areas of Expertise

Greenhouse Gas / Anaerobic Digestive Systems

Land Use / Karst Landscapes

Soil Fertility / Soil Nitrogen Use Efficiency


BS: Agriculture, 2003, Western Kentucky University 

MS: Geology / Karst Studies, 2018, Western Kentucky University 

Mr. Stacy Antle is a Biological Science Technician for the USDA-ARS Food Animal Environmental Systems Research Unit in Bowling Green, KY. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Western Kentucky University and is currently a PhD student at the University of Kentucky where he is studying poultry litter as a nitrogen source to identify pathways losses and assumption rates from in a field setting. He has done extensive work with anaerobic digesters utilizing animal by-products and sound to capture and quantify greenhouse gas emissions (methane) for possible green energy initiatives. His future goals are to: 1) increased awareness of the importance and possibilities that digestive systems will have on greenhouse gas emissions along with green energy production, and 2) find a more standardized assumption rate for poultry litter that is used as a nitrogen source for row crop production in south central Kentucky.



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