UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Victoria Taylor

Taylor is studying how Kentucky 31 tall fescue and a novel endophyte tall fescue affect nonpregnant and pregnant mares.
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UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Victoria Taylor
Victoria Taylor | Photo: University of Kentucky's College of Agriculture

Name: Victoria Taylor
From: Muhlenberg County, Kentucky
Degree and institute where received: BS, Animal Science, University of Kentucky (UK)

Victoria Taylor grew up on a small horse farm and realized at an early age she wanted to pursue a degree in animal agriculture, including veterinary or graduate school. After touring a handful of schools, she visited UK and got a warm, fuzzy, “home-like” feeling she didn’t find anywhere else.

“The people I met on tours were kind and welcoming, and were eager to answer all of my questions,” Taylor said. “The opportunities here are endless and, as a horse enthusiast, it made sense

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