Shelby Fields and Alexander Paul, both Animal Science majors, will receive College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Awards at the convocation ceremony on December 17 at Stephens Auditorium.
Dr. Maynard Hogberg receives the Distinguished Service to Iowa Agriculture Award by the Iowa Farm Bureau.
A large crowd of NW Iowa Sheep producers attended an educational program organized by Beth Doran, Beef Field Specialist, along with NW Iowa Sheep Producers Association on Tuesday, December 13 in Sheldon, Iowa. Dr.
The NSIF held their annual meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina Thursday and Friday of last week. The Federation has an annual two-day conference that attracts leading swine breeders, industry and university geneticists, and prominent international figures in swine breeding.
The Graduate College Teaching and Research Excellence Award recipients are announced each term.
Industry Leaders, Professors and friends of the family from all across the US joined Dr. Maynard Hogberg as he was honored with the prestigious Saddle and Sirloin Award in Louisville, Kentucky this past weekend.
November 15 marked the Iowa State University Graduate College's first Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The goal of the event is for graduate students to summarize their research in three minutes or less to a non-expert audience.
Congratulations to the 2016 Iowa State University Meat Judging Team for a strong finish at the National Championship in Dakota City. In divisions, the team was 2nd in beef grading, 4th in overall beef, 6th in placings, 9th in specifications, and 10th in lamb judging and pork judging.
The 2016 Iowa State University recently competed at the American Royal Livestock Judging Contest in Kansas City, MO. This contest is one of the largest and most competitive events year round, with 25 teams and 125 contestants competing for top honors.
Dr. Dan Morrical, Dr. Curtis Youngs and Joe Sellers will provide classroom and hands-on learning opportunities for sheep producers on November 19.
Two nonprofit organizations have created a $150,000 grant for Dr. Joshua Selsby to find effective treatments for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
2016 Fall Iowa Thoroughbred and Breeders and Owners Association Sale is in the Books
The Iowa State University Meat Judging Team recently competed in the 2016 American Royal Intercollegiate
Block and Bridle Club, one of the largest undergraduate clubs on campus, is hosting the annual Little North American Showmanship Competition this Saturday, October 15, at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center. It is a show for Iowa State Students to show animals and be
The Iowa State University Senior Dairy Judging Team rounded out the fall judging season with their last contest this past weekend by competing at the 2016 Lely National Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest at World Dairy Expo, which was held in Madison, WI.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Animal Science Student Group, Block and Bridle, in conjunction with Meals From The Heartland organized the 2016 Hunger Fight that took place in the Department of Animal Science's Kildee Farm Bureau Pavilion yesterday.
The Iowa Barn Foundation Magazine recognized Iowa State University Department of Animal Science in an article titled Never mind Veishea – ISU Horse Barns Still Site of Greatest Show. The article is part of the fall 2016 edition of the magazine and talks about the importanc
The Animal Science Department has eight members that are being honored on this coming Monday (Sept. 26) at the University Award Ceremony. The Ceremony will be held at 3:30 pm in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
The Iowa State University Livestock Judging Team recently competed at the National Barrow Show in Austin, MN. Out of 15 total teams, Iowa State finished as the 4th overall team. Individually, Katlyn Kahler, from Cambridge, IA finished 10th overall.
By Dr. Sherrlyn Olsen