Manuel Gonzalez Ronquillo

Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México Mexico

Dr. Manuel González Ronquillo obtained his doctorate degree from the University of Zaragoza, Spain, in 2001. He is a research professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. He is also a level-2 researcher. He received a Fulbright-Garcia Robles fellowship for a postdoctoral stay at the US Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison, Wisconsin, USA in 2008–2009. He received grants from Alianza del Pacifico for a stay at the University of Magallanes, Chile, in 2014, and from Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACyT) to work in the Food and Agriculture Organization’s Animal Production and Health Division (AGA), Rome, Italy, in 2014–2015. He has collaborated with researchers from different countries and published ninety-eight journal articles. He teaches various degree courses in zootechnics, sheep production, and agricultural sciences and natural resources. Dr. Ronquillo’s research focuses on the evaluation of sustainable animal diets (StAnD), using native resources of the region, decreasing carbon footprint, and applying meta-analysis and mathematical models for a better understanding of animal production.

Manuel Gonzalez Ronquillo

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This book provides an overview of sheep husbandry in different parts of the world, including information on production and management systems, reproduction, and animal health. Chapters discuss different types of sheep and sheep husbandry in Poland, India, Africa, Spain, and North America, as well as zoonotic diseases such as cryptosporidiosis and their adverse impacts on the economics of sheep herding. This book is a useful resource for producers, veterinarians, animal scientists, researchers, biologists, students, and other interested readers.

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