Taylor Fabus, Michigan State University

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Taylor Fabus is a Visiting Instructor in the Animal Science Department at Michigan State University.
Taylor received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Animal Science from Michigan State University. She currently instructing introductory horse management classes, coaches the MSU horse judging team, and is the faculty advisor for the MSU Equestrian Hunt Seat Team. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Taylor is responsible for coordinating many of Michigan’s state-level 4-H horse events such as the State 4-H Horse Show, State 4-H Trail Ride, 4-H Leaders' Conference, 4-H Equine Educational Expo and other clinics & workshops. As her role in the eXtension Horse Quest Community of Practice, Taylor focuses heavily on her role as Social Media chair.

In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband Mitch and daughter Caroline as well as showing her American Quarter Horse, Ozzie, in all-around events.

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Michigan State University
1287 Anthony Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824
(517)353-1748
fax (517)353-1699

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