Students are testing their culinary skills in AnS429 Senior Sheep Production class.
FarmHouse Fraternity is teaming up with Be The Match On Campus for a new philanthropy, Called to Be Bald! All proceeds will be paid to Be The Match. Be The Match is an organization that strives to help find Leukemia and Lymphoma patients bone marrow donors to help cure their disease.
As part of the AnS 229 sheep science class, students are given the opportunity to visit the ISU sheep teaching farm and learn about sheep shearing, skirting fleeces and wool evaluation. Animal Science Professor, Dr.
Click here to read Harvest Public Media's news article "Feeding bacteria to livestock could cut antibiotic use".
The Block and Bridle annual Spring Cake Auction will be tomorrow, April 5 in the Farm Bureau Pavilion Classroom.
The Jeff and Deb Hansen Center will be awarded the Impact Award later this year. The Iowa State University Alumni Association Board of Directors established this award in 2000 to recognize individuals, businesses, organizations, or units whose programs or accomplishments brought broad recog
Undergraduate animal science student, Brian Patterson, received the USAA award last week. The objective of this award is to promote meat science by recognizing outstanding undergraduate students with potential for a career in meats. The candidate may or may not have committed himself/
This past weekend SGI and Block and Bridle held the Proven to Win Pig Sale.
On Tuesday, March 22, the Iowa State University Block and Bridle Club as well as the Story County Extension office and 4-H Chapter assisted with (FSQA) Food Safety and Quality Assurance training in Nevada, Iowa to teach 4-H club members about food safety.
Former Iowa State University undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. alumnus, Dr. John Carlson, was recognized by the USDA and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
Congratulations to this year's winners of the C. Boyd Ramsey RMC Scholar Award! This award is co-sponsored by the C. Boyd Ramsey American Meat Science Association (AMSA) Mentorship Recognition program and the AMSA Student Membership. We had several talented and qualified applicants this year.
The Midwestern Section ASAS/ADSA Midwest Branch Meeting was held in Des Moines, Iowa on Monday and Tuesday of last week. The competition included undergraduate and graduate students presenting oral and posters. An Academic Quadrathlon was also held. Iowa State Univer
The Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center hosted the ISU’s Block and Bridle Cyclone Classic and Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity Spring Showdown this past weekend with over 375 head of cattle and 500 people taking part in this annual event. Exhibitors traveled from all over the
2015 Professional and Scientific Council CYtation Awards
Each year, one outstanding student is honored as ISU's Student Employee of the Year. Selection is based upon reliability, quality of work, initiative, professionalism, interpersonal skills and unique contributions to the employer.
The Dairy Science Club held their 87th annual banquet on March 6 at the Quality Inn and Suites in Ames Iowa. There were around 160 guests at the banquet. Over $48,000 was awarded in scholarshipsto students at the banquet.
The Animal Science Academic Quadrathalon took place on Tuesday, February 23 in the Kildee Hall Farm Bureau Pavilion. This is an annual event and determines who will represent Iowa State University at the Midwest Academic Quadrathalon Competition which is held at the Midwest American Society
Cyclone Swine Spectacular and Block and Bridle’s Spring Market Hog Show took place Saturday, February 27 at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center. The Cyclone Swine Spectacular is a program put on by the Iowa Pork Producers Association.
2016 Iowa State University Intercollegiate Meat Judging Team National Western and ISU Contest Results
The Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University Meat Science Extension, American Meat Science Association and faculty and staff are holding the 38th Annual Meat Evaluation Contest at the Meat Lab in Kildee Hall on Saturday, February 13.
The Tradition of Excellence sale held on January 30th was a great success. Thirty-seven cattle lots sold for $86,250.00 with an average of $2,331. Three semen lots sold for $325 with an average of $108. The gross of the sale was $86,575. The Private Treaty Bull
The American Society of Animal Science compiled the Journal of Animal Science and its most downloaded and most cited articles of 2015. Dr. John Patience, Dr. Nick Gabler, Dr. Jason Ross, Dr. Steven Lonergan and Dr.
Saturday, January 30 marks the Biannual 2016 Tradition of Excellence Sale. The event will kick off at 9am with cattle on display for viewing at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center. Lunch is provided by the Beef Sales team at the Hansen Center and then at 12pm a
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.