Dr. Larry Redmon, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service state forage specialist at College Station, was recently recognized with the Stephen F. Austin State University Department of Agriculture Outstanding Alumni Award.
“Larry is in my all-time top 10 out of about 3,000 students in the last 40 years of teaching here at SFA,” said Dr. Leon Young, director of the soil, plant and water analysis lab at Stephen F. Austin State University and former department chair.
Redmon attended Stephen F. Austin State University from 1984 through 1989 and earned a bachelor of science in agronomy and master’s in agriculture before commuting from Nacogdoches to Texas A&M University at College Station to earn a doctorate in range science.
He spent six years with Oklahoma State University as a postdoctoral research associate and then assistant professor and Extension forage specialist before joining AgriLife Extension in 1999 as a forage specialist at Overton. He moved to College Station in 2005. Read more about Larry Redmon.