IGA Country Representative for Hungary
Timea graduated from the Faculty of Animal Science in Kaposvár University, Hungary, in 2003. She wrote her university memoirs on the topic of factors affecting technology development in the goat sector. During her university studies, she spent 3x2 months on large milking goat farms in Belgium and France.
Tímea obtained her Ph.D. in 2010 at the same University in Hungary. Her thesis's topic was the morphology and production of Hungarian local goat breeds and the effect of international breeds (Saanen and Alpine) on them.
Since 2004, Timea was a researcher at the Research Institute for Animal Breeding, Nutrition and Meat Science in Herceghalom, Hungary. She has experience in writing proposals, doing research experiments, and organizing fairs and conferences.
She is the national representative of goat producers in the Hungarian Association for Sheep and Goat Breeders and the Interprofessional Organization of Sheep and Goats in Hungary.
With her husband, they have a little goat flock at home just for self-supporting purposes.
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