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Dr. Betsy Greene



Dr. Betsy Greene is an Associate Professor of Animal Science and Extension Equine Specialist in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Vermont.  She was raised in Bedford, Massachusetts and received her A.A.S. and B.S. from Morehead State University, her M.S. from the University of Arizona, and her Ph.D. from Kansas State University.  She earned American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists certification in 1997.


Dr. Greene’s responsibilities in the Equine Science Program include teaching a variety of courses including Introduction to Equine Science, Animal Science Career Seminar, Horse Barn Cooperative, Equine Enterprise Management, and Equine Industry Issues.  She also serves as a coach of the UVM Drill Team. 


Her statewide extension programs have focused on preventative care and maintenance for horse health, safety, equine business, and pasture management.  She organizes the educational aspect of “Everything Equine” a 2-day equine educational event and consumer trade show that was awarded the “Non-Fair Agricultural Event” (International Association of Fairs and Expositions) and “Top Ten VT Event” (VT Chamber of Commerce).

She is the co-chair of the “HorseQuest Community of Practice”  ( Dr. Greene has served national organizations, including the United States Equestrian Federation (Safety Committee) the Equestrian Medical Safety Association, and the National Association of Agricultural Agents (Northeast Regional Vice Director). She has collaborated with several state agencies to develop programmatic and educational materials for equine owners and producers.  She is the president of Vermont Agriculture Agents Association and a board member of Vermont Farm Bureau. 

Media (Podcasts, Webcasts, Presentations)

FREE webcast sponsored by MHU
Biosecurity on the Horse Farm
Recorded February 2011 

FREE webcast sponsored by MHU
Reducing Risks on the Horse Farm
Recorded February 2008

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Webcast Expert: Biosecurity on the Horse Farm

Webcast Expert: Reducing Risks on the Horse Farm

Dr. Betsy Greene