Sally Noll received a PhD in Animal Science with an emphasis on poultry nutrition from the University of Minnesota in 1985. She is a Professor at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Animal Science with an extension and research appointment. Her current responsibilities are to conduct extension programs directed toward turkey producers and applied research in turkey management (biosecurity) and nutrition. Her extension program in nutrition has focused on improving turkey meat production through nutrition; specifically examining protein nutrition of alternative feed ingredients (canola meal and distillers dried grains with solubles) and requirement/ratio of digestible amino acids for commercial market toms.
Dr. Noll has been honored with the Poultry Science Association Fellow Award (2014), the University of Minnesota Extension Dean’s Award for Distinguished Faculty (2014), the National Turkey Federation Research Award presented at the annual Poultry Science Association Meeting (2008), the AFIA Poultry Nutrition Research Award from the Poultry Science Association (2006), and the Ranelius Award from Minnesota Turkey Growers Association (1998).