Dr. Chance L. Armstrong
Associate Clinical Veterinarian, Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
A native of Abbeville, Alabama, Dr. Chance Armstrong was raised on a beef and poultry farm. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Auburn University in 2010 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Upon graduation, Dr. Armstrong joined mixed animal practice in Okeechobee, Florida. His time in private practice was primarily spent providing services to beef producers in the region. He returned to Auburn University in 2012 to pursue a residency in comparative Theriogenology and a Master’s of Science degree. Dr. Armstrong became a diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists in 2015. Following his residency, Dr. Armstrong joined the food animal faculty at Louisiana State University. Dr. Armstrong’s professional interests include herd health preventative management, urogenital surgery, and advanced reproductive techniques in food animals. His research focus is infectious infertility of cattle. In 2018, Dr. Armstrong co-authored the 2nd edition of the Bull Breeding Soundness Manual and has shared his passion for the evaluation of bull fertility at numerous international and national meetings. In 2022, Dr. Armstrong accepted a position at Auburn University’s large animal teaching hospital. He provides tertiary care for food animals and reproductive management of horses. He co-authored Sperm Morphology of Domestic Animals in 2022.