Ray Massey Extension Professor
Ray Massey - Vitae

Economist with the Commercial Agriculture Program focusing in the interaction between production agriculture and the environment.

Academic Degrees:
Doctor of Philosophy, Oklahoma State University - Agricultural Economics, 1990.
Master of Agriculture, New Mexico State University - Agricultural Economics, 1982.
Bachelor of Science, New Mexico State University - Animal Science, 1979.

Professional Experience:
Extension Professor, University of Missouri, September 2007 to present.
Associate Extension Professor, University of Missouri, September 2000 to 2007
Assistant Extension Professor, University of Missouri, November 1995 to 2000.
Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, March 1990 to October 1995.

Professional Affiliations:
Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems
American Agricultural Economics Association
Southern Agricultural Economics Association
Association of Christian Economists
Missouri Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers

Honors and Awards
CAFNR Faculty Fellow, 2007-2008 Academic Year
Certificate of Excellence for Publications Greater than 16 Pages from the American Society of
Agronomy for “Management of Soft Red Winter Wheat” (2004)
J.W. Burch State Specialist (2003)
Epsilon Sigma Phi, State Team Award for Animal Nutrient Management (2001)