Animal nutritionists, also known as animal geneticists or scientists, make an average annual salary between $64,000 and $96,000 depending on their location, education and experience. These scientists study the properties of animal feed to increase quality and improve health benefits.Continue Reading
Because of the high level of expertise needed, animal nutritionists normally hold Ph.D. degrees, and many specialize in certain areas such as beef cattle nutrition, dairy cattle, poultry or swine. Their goal is to improve the feeding of farm animals for maximum quality in meat, eggs, and milk production.
Animal scientists are employed by the federal government, where salaries are highest, as well as by state and local governments, and by manufacturers of animal feed.Learn more about Careers