Gary Cromwell, professor in the Department of Animal/Food Sciences, University of Kentucky, was named the fourth winner of the Federation of Animal Science Societies/American Feed Industry Association New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award.

The award recognizes pioneering and innovative research relevant to animal nutrition that benefits mankind and the nutritional value of foods from animals.

Cromwell received the award at the opening session of the American Society of Animal Science annual meeting in San Antonio, TX, in early July.

Cromwell is the author of more than 1,000 publications including 153 refereed journal articles and 23 book chapters. He is renowned worldwide for more than 40 years of outstanding swine nutrition research and service to society.