Animal Scientist work to develop better and more efficient ways of producing meat, poultry, eggs and milk. Some animal scientists will grade livestock food products for marketing, they may also advise farmers on how to upgrade their animal housing facilities to reduce mortality rates and increase production.
A degree in an appropriate subject such as food science/technology, food/chemical engineering, biochemistry, nutrition, microbiology or chemistry.
- An innovative approach to researching new products
- Good analytical skills
- Attention to detail G
- Good concentration levels
- Strong IT skills.
£20,000 to £26,000