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Suzanne Hubbard is a support scientist in the Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory, ARS, USDA, in Beltsville, MD. She assists senior researchers with technical reviews, reference checks, research analysis, and preparation of technical materials and visuals. She also drafts and technically edits research and administrative reports as well as assists with website design, maintenance, and programming.
Dairy Cattle: Breeding and Genetics-() Norman, H.D., Hubbard, S.M., Van Raden, P.M. 2010. Dairy Cattle: Breeding and genetics. Encyclopedia of Animal Science, 2nd edition. Pond, W.G., and Bell, A.W. (editors). Taylor and Francis, New York, NY. pp. 262-265.
A National Sire Fertility Index-(Proceedings) Norman, H.D., Hutchison, J.L., Wright, J.R., Hubbard, S.M. 2008. A national sire fertility index. Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Proceedings. Omaha, NE, Nov. 7-8, pp. 45-52.