Stedman BSc PGDip PhD
Alun Stedman is a private consultant and an associate of the University
of Hertfordshire will a strong background in animal nutrition. Alun has
a PhD in Protein metabolism in Ruminants and a Post-Graduate Diploma in
Animal nutrition. He began his career at Spiller’s Ltd (a feed and pet
food manufacturer) where he was responsible for metabolism trials and
feed formulation for poultry. Most of this work involved trials using
different growth promoters and enzyme additives. Alun subsequently
moved to take up a lecturership post at the Royal Veterinary College
where he has taught animal nutrition and husbandry at post-graduate
level for many years. He has also undertaken a number of research
activities related to feed and nutrition for horses, small ruminants
and poultry, on the environmental and animal health implications of
heavy metals, particularly from sewage sludge, entering the food chain
and on the safety of animal feed.
E., Baines, S. J. and Stedman, A. (2009). Prevalence of Chlamydophila
psittaci positive cloacal PCR tests in wild avian casualty
cases, The Veterinary Record, 164:16-17.
M., Goodrum, L., Chinneck, N. and Stedman, A. (2008). The importance of
hive health in agriculture from a veterinary perspective. UK
J.A., Pittam, S. and Hill, R. (1983). Ovulation in ewe lambs
given a diet containing high glucosinolate rapeseed meal, 6.
Congres International sur le Colza, Paris (France), 17-19 May 1983.