Congratulations to the Iowa State University Dairy Judging Team who took 4th place last weekend at the Southwest Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest held at the Southwestern Exposition & Livestock Show in Fort Worth, Texas in which 15 teams competed.
The ISU Livestock Judging Team competed in Denver, Colorado at the National Western Stock Show and placed 10th overall. Kendell Steines was 7th in Sheep and Goats, Katlyn Kahler was 10th in Hogs.
This 4 minute piece is a parody written to the song "but first let me take a selfie" by the Chainsmokers.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has announced the award recipients for their Award Recognition program which will be held February 2, 2016 in the Memorial Union. Award Recipients from the Department of Animal Science include:
Due to a private donation, Kildee Hall receives much-needed new furniture. A private donor wanted the donation to be used specifically for new furniture so students and guests would have a place to sit when visiting.
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Joseph Sebranek, Ph.D., distinguished professor of animal science at Iowa State University, will receive the Harry L.
The 2015 Iowa State Livestock Judging Team capped off its season by finishing 5th at the North American Livestock Exposition, held in Louisville, Kentucky.
The judging careers for members of the 2015 Iowa State University Meat Judging Team wrapped up at our national championship, The International, hosted by Tyson Fresh Meats at the Dakota City, NE facility.
Cayla Iske, a graduate student in the Department of Animal Science, received the Graduate College Teaching Excellence Award for the fall semester. The purpose of this award is to recognize and encourage outstanding achievement by graduate students in teaching.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science is recognizing six Iowa Staters for their distinguished work in neuroscience, math, biochemistry, livestock genomics, physics and crop genomics. The six are part of the association's new class of fellows.
If you are walking around campus or traveling through Kildee, Curtiss, or Lagomarcino halls take some time to congratulate these students for receiving awards from the the North American Meat Institute Scholarship Foundation.
Annual Chuckwagon Breakfast
The International Conference on Feed Efficiency in Swine was a great success seeing over 500 participants and hosting collegiate and industry leaders from all over the world!
In 2014, 14 foals owned by Iowa State University were born during the AnS 332 Equine course.
You may see some new faces in the Department of Animal Science as we have new faculty that have and will be joining us this year.
Four teams from Iowa competed at the AKSARBEN 4-H Livestock Quiz Bowl. Eighteen Franklin and Story county youth participated in the contest that was held in Omaha, Nebraska on September 26. Franklin County placed third in the nationwide competition. 4-H members answered question
This year the Block and Bridle team exceeded expectations by packaging 102,384 meals for those in need. On October 7, 2015, Block and Bridle, one of the largest student run organizations on campus, teamed up with Meals from the Heartland to provide meals for those in need.
Iowa State University Department of Animal Science employs the best of the best! Congratulate these members of faculty and staff that recently received awards at the Iowa State Awards Ceremony.
The Department of Animal Science hosted students September 30th for the annual beef blast event. Please click here to read more!
The Dairy Judging Team has been extremely busy during the month of September with 3 contests, three weekends in a row. Please click here to read the results!
The year 2015 marks 50 years of teaching farm excellence for the department of animal science at Iowa State University. Click here to read the full story.
The Department of Animal Science at Iowa State University has enjoyed unprecedented success at the 2015 National Barrow in Austin, Minnesota.
ISU animal Science and veterinary researchers made possible the first-ever successful bovine embryo transfer in the Republic of Kosovo, a step that will strengthen food security and agriculture for the nation.