Bio for Paul Bond Jr.
BSA – University of Arkansas
MS – University of Arkansas
PhD – University of Nebraska
M.Div. – Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
Courses Taught at Shorter:
Anatomy and Physiology
Courses Taught at other Institutions:
General Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Cell Biology, Genetics, Nutrition, Immunology and Statistics
Additional Academic Experience:
Associate Professor, Division Chair – Brewton-Parker College, Mt. Vernon, GA
Assistant Professor – Victory University (formerly Crichton College), Memphis, TN
Adjunct Professor – Union University – Germantown Campus, Germantown, TN
Director of Research – Phibro Animal Health (2017), Mid-South Milling (2002-2004), Roche Vitamins (1995 – 1999).
Canine Nutrition, Cornell University
Associated Trades Feed Short Course, Kansas State University
Oxford Round Table, Oxford University
Factors Involved in the Vitamin Fortification of Foods; Paul Bond, Jr., Forum on Public Policy Online, Vol. 2011, No. 1, pages 1-9 (August, 2011).
Blended Protein for Turkeys; Paul Bond, Jr., Proceedings of the Multi-State Poultry Feeding and Nutrition Conference, Purdue University, publishers, May 2004.
Pododermatitis in Turkeys-Case Report; Steven Clark, Greg Hansen, Peter McLean, Paul Bond, Jr., Wendy Wakeman, Roger Meadows and Silke Buda. Avian Diseases 46:1038-1044, 2002.
Managing Immunosuppression in Poults; Steven Clark, Paul Bond, Jr. and Bruce Boren. International Poultry Production, Positive Action Productions Ltd., East Yorkshire, UK, Vol. 9, No. 4, pages 7-10, 2001.
Vitamin C for Swine and Poultry; Donnie Campbell and Paul Bond, Jr. Proceedings of the 20th Western Nutrition Conference, Edited by D. Korver and J. Morrison, University of Alberta, publishers, pages 175-184. September, 1999.
Managing Immunosuppression in Poults; Steven Clark, Bruce Boren and Paul Bond, Jr. Turkey World, Watt Publishing Co., Mt. Morris, IL, Vol. 75, No. 2, March 1999.
Optimum Vitamin Nutrition for Turkeys; Paul Bond, Jr., Proceedings of the 35th
New England Turkey Growers Conference, Cooperative Extension of New England and the Massachusetts Turkey Growers Association, publishers, pages 27-35, January, 1998.
Factors Effecting Vitamin E in Turkeys Investigated; Paul Bond, Jr. and Bruce Boren. Feedstuffs, Miller Publishing, Minnetonka, MN, Vol. 69, No. 49, December 1997.
Vitamin E and Immunocompetence; Bruce Boren and Paul Bond, Jr. Broiler Industry, Watt Publishing Co., Mt. Morris, IL, Vol. 59, No. 11, November, 1996.
Vitamin C Supplementation of Poult Drinking Water; S. L. Noll, Paul Bond, Jr., and Keith A. Turner. Gobbles, Minnesota Turkey Growers Assn., publishers, Vol. 53, No. 7, 1996.
Correlation of Biological Value of Feed Phosphates to Their Solubility in Water, Dilute HCl, Dilute Citric Acid and Neutral Ammonium Citrate; T. W. Sullivan, J. H. Douglas, N. J. Gonzales and P. L. Bond, Jr. Poul. Sci. 71:2065-2074, 1992.
Effect of Rearing, Floor type and Ten-day Beak Trimming on Stress and Performance of Caged Layers; F. J. Struwe, E. W. Gleaves, J. H. Douglas and P. L. Bond, Jr. Poul. Sci., 71:70-75, 1992.
Composition and Nutritional Value of an Experimental High Protein Corn in Broiler and Layer Diets; P. L. Bond, T. W. Sullivan, J. H. Douglas, L. G. Roberson and J. G. Baier. Poul. Sci. 70:1578-1584, 1991.
Influence of Age, Sex and Method of Rearing on Tibia Length and Mineral Deposition in Broilers; P. L. Bond, T. W. Sullivan, J. H. Douglas and L. G. Roberson. Poul. Sci. 70:1936-1942, 1991.
Research Note: Chemical Composition and Nutritional Value of Shattercane for Broilers; J. H. Douglas, T. W. Sullivan, P. L. Bond, F. J. Struwe and L. G. Roberson. Poul. Sci. 70:408-411, 1991.
Factors Effecting Bone Mineralization in Broilers and Turkeys; Paul Bond, Jr., Ph.D. Dissertation, C.Y. Thompson East Campus Library, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1990.
Nutritional Value of Pearl Millet for Food and Feed; T. W. Sullivan, J. H. Douglas, D. J. Andrews, P. L. Bond, J. D. Hancock, P. J. Bramel-Cox, W. D. Stegmeier and J. Brethour; Proceedings of International Conference on Sorghum Nutritional Quality; Purdue University and USAID, publishers, 1990.
Nutrient Composition and Metabolizable Energy Values of Selected Grain Sorghum Varieties and Yellow Corn in Broiler Diets; J. H. Douglas, T. W. Sullivan, P. L. Bond and F. J. Struwe. Poul. Sci. 69:1147-1155, 1990.
Effect of Grain Source, Form and Pelleting of Diets on Performance of Broilers; J. H. Douglas, T. W. Sullivan, P. L. Bond, F. J. Struwe, J. G. Baier, and L. G. Roberson. Poul. Sci. 69:2150-2156, 1990.
Sorgo o Maiz en laz Raciones? (Sorghum or Maize in Rations?); T. W. Sullivan, P. L. Bond and J. H. Douglas. Industria Avicola, Watt Publishing Co., Mt. Morris, IL, April, 1990
Proper Regulation of Water Fountain Height for Broilers and Turkeys; Paul Bond, Jr. and Earl W. Gleaves. 1989 Nebraska Poultry Report, Univ. of Nebraska Extension Service, publishers.
Evaluation of an Experimental High Protein Corn in Broiler Diets; Paul Bond, Jr. and T. W. Sullivan. 1989 Nebraska Poultry Report, Univ. of Nebraska Extension Service, publishers.
A Reevaluation of Feedstuffs Formerly Reported to Supply Growth Promotants for Broilers; J. A. Rydell, P. L. Bond, C. F. Meinecke and E. L. Stephenson. Nutrition Reports Int. 37:639-643, 1988.
Identity of Nutrients Responsible for the Growth Increase Obtained by Feeding Condensed Fish Solubles to Chicks; P. L. Bond, C. F. Meinecke and E. L. Stephenson. Nutrition Reports Int. 35:863- 870, 1987.
Identity of Nutrients Responsible for the Growth Increase Obtained by Feeding Condensed Fish Solubles to Chicks; P. L. Bond, Master’s Thesis, Mullins Library, University of Arkansas, 1986.
Feeding Value of Different Grain Sorghum Hybrids for Broilers; M. M. Amarin, J. O. York, C. F. Meinecke, P. L. Bond and E. L. Stephenson. Zootechnica Int., September, 1986.
Interrelationships of Choline and Methionine for Chicks; P. L. Bond, C. F. Meinecke, E. L. Stephenson and M. A. Miller. Arkansas Farm Research, Arkansas Experiment Station, publishers, July 1985.
Poultry Coccidiostats Compared for Effect on Chick Performance and Efficacy Against Coccidiosis; E. L. Stephenson, P. L. Bond, M. A. Miller and C. F. Meinecke. Arkansas Farm Research, Arkansas Experiment Station, publishers, November, 1985.
Potential for an Animal-based Fish Meal Analog Protein as a Replacement for Fish Meal in Early- weaned Pig Diets; M. E. Davis, C. V. Maxwell, Z. B. Johnson and P. L. Bond, Jr. Ani. Sci., Vol. 81, (Suppl. 1), page 207. (2003).
Rumen Undegradeable Protein Characterization of Three Protein Sources; W. H. Kolath, P. L. Bond, Jr., and M. S. Kerley. Ani. Sci., Vol. 81, (Suppl. 1), page 278. (2003).
Failure of Antibiotics to Promote Chick Growth; E. L. Stephenson, C. F. Meinecke, H. Lee and P. L. Bond, Poultry Science, 1985.
Effect of Corn grown with or without chemicals on chick growth; P. L. Bond, J. H. Douglas, T. W. Sullivan, Poultry Science, 1987.