Iowa State University professor in swine genetics, Kenneth Stalder, recently spoke on an international webinar and found it to be an effective teaching opportunity. Virtual learning is becoming a tool for all ages and professions.
The Iowa State University Dairy Science Club has been very active in the Midwest and National American Dairy Science Association Student Affiliate Division (ADSA-SAD).
Joe Cordray, Professor Emeritus of Animal Science at Iowa State University, was recently presented the Mentor Recognition Award from the American Meat Science Association.
“I work hard to get to know their names and I make sure I grade and give feedback on their work. That helps me keep track of what they are understanding,” Lonergan says.
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This year the American Meat Science Association hosted a joint meeting of the 73rd Reciprocal Meat Conference (RMC) and the 66th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology (ICoMST). This is only the third time these meetings have been held jointly in the USA
Derek Henningsen, a 2020 Iowa State University Animal Science graduate, will be continuing his education as a graduate student at Iowa State. Additionally, Derek will be taking over as the new swine teaching farm manager.
AMES, Iowa – The Dairy Science Club at Iowa State University recently donated 2,200 cups of their homemade ice cream to three local organizations.
Jordan Eggman of Creston, Iowa, will replace recently retired Marshall Ruble as the new building manager at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agricultural Student Learning Center at Iowa State University.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Block & Bridle Club still held an excellent lamb show on June 14th, 2020, at the Story County Fairgrounds in Nevada, Iowa. There were 60 exhibitors from 3 states who showed over 170 lambs.
New educational opportunities were provided by the Iowa State University Livestock Judging Program. Coordinating with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, program leader Dr.
The Iowa State University Sheep Teaching Farm recently topped the NSIP Online All Terminal Sires Sale. Iowa State delivered the top three selling rams in the sale, and the top four selling hampshires. Three of the rams were sold to a flock in Colorado and one went to Missouri.
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The 2019 Iowa State University Animal Industry Report is now available online
Animal Science Seniors, Gabby DiRusso, Tessa Kohl and Jordan Travis, take a photo for the first day of classes. Department of Animal Science welcomes back all new, returning and transfer students to the Iowa State University campus. We invite you to follow our social media accoun
AMES, Iowa – The 2019 state 4-H meat judging contest was held at Iowa State University Meat Laboratory on Aug. 24.
The 2019 Beef Feedlot Short Course, organized and hosted by Iowa Beef Center at Iowa State University, is set for Aug.
Matt Henkes, Dairy Producer and ISU dairy judging co-coach , was featured in an article by the Iowa Farm Bureau titled "Sticking with Dairy".
CALS animal scientists James Koltes and Hugo Ramirez will participate in a $2 million study on dairy science and nutrition with funding from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research and the Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding.