Robert Causey


🚜 Agriculture🧬 Genetics, 🐎 Horses, 🏠 Housing and land markets🤧 Immune system💉 Immunization and vaccines, 🐂 Livestock, 🦠 Pathogens

Causey investigates diseases and conditions that affect equine reproduction. He oversees UMaine’s equine programs and teaches courses in equine facility management and training. Visit Causey’s biography to learn more.

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Causey balances his time between directing the School of Food and Agriculture, teaching courses about training horses and managing equine facilities (25%) and studying equine reproduction, disease, and the economic sustainability of Maine’s equine farms (25%).

Appointment details

Causey’s work is supported by:

  • School of Food and Agriculture at the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture
  • Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station

Experiment Station contributions

  • Current project: Integrated Approaches to Applied Equine Research. Animal Health and Disease Research Project Number ME051805.
  • Current project: Environmental Impacts of Equine Operations. Hatch Multistate Project Number ME032006.