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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties:

Animals and Agriculture

Specialty Focus:

fence expert, livestock expert, horse collision, cattle collision, escaped livestock, livestock/vehicle collision, ranch management, equine facilities, riding, escaped cattle, escaped horses, livestock fence, livestock fencing, cattle fencing, horse fencing, pasture management, rodeo

Education:

Agriculture, Texas A&M University

Years in Practice:

24

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs:

28

Additional Information

Bob Kingsbery is recognized as an international authority on livestock fencing, behavior and management, and ranch and pasture management. He has written more than 100 articles on the subject, including “Stop That Loose Horse” for EQUUS (July 2006); “How to Install a Safe Electric Fence” for PRACTICAL HORSEMAN (March 2004); “Prevent Fence Failure” for EQUUS (April 1999); "What's New in Livestock Fencing" for THE CATTLEMAN (June 1992); "What's New in Horse Fencing" for THE WESTERN HORSE (July 1993); “The Danger Zone: Between a Cow and a Trailer” (October 2016)” and “On the Road With Your Horses” (November 2017) for THE CATTLEMAN. He was interviewed for “Bull-Proof Fences” (March 2010) and “Livestock Fence & The Law” (June 2010) for the ANGUS JOURNAL. Bob Kingsbery has provided expert consultation and testimony in 46 states and Canada, for more than 380 cases involving livestock related accidents, livestock fencing, animal behavior, and livestock management and handling. He is an expert on the design, installation and maintenance of all types of livestock fencing, including barbed wire and field fence; rail fence systems; electric fence systems and gates. He is also an expert on livestock handling practices, livestock equipment, and livestock facilities such as feedlots, arenas, auction barns, equestrian facilities and racetracks.