PETIT Timothée

Associate Professor
Animal husbandry
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He is a teacher-researcher in livestock sciences at the ESA in Angers since 2017. He performed a postgraduate degree and a PhD in animal sciences. He teaches on the undergraduate and postgraduate cycles of ESA from fundamental animal physiology to the management of livestock systems with a particular emphasis on the management of forage systems. His research work focuses on the analysis of farmers’ practices in the framework of the agro-ecological transition, in particular on the place and use of grasslands in the development of sustainable forage systems.