Animal Welfare Judging Contest Nov 18 at Jeff and Deb Hansen Center and Nov 18 at the Scheman Auditorium.
The Iowa State University Meat Judging Team recently competed in the Cargill High Plains Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest held in Friona, Texas. Twelve teams competed in the event and the team placed in 7 th behind Texas Tech , Colorado State University, Texas A&M, Kansas
October 23-25th, ISU hosted PORK 101, a three-day, hands-on educational program to help parti
Matt Schulte is currently a graduate student pursuing his master of science degre
The National Pork Board named USDA"s Dr. Craig Morris to the International Marketing post. Dr.
Sunday is the Little North American show. Students within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences can sign up to show an animal from five different species, including dairy, equine, swine, sheep and beef.
Dr. Max Rothschild was awarded the Award of Distinction from the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Davis on Friday of last week.
Animal Science Junior, Katie Arndt, grew up on a farrow-to finish farm and knows pig
Faculty and staff represented the Department of Animal Science at the ISU Faculty and Staff Awards ceremony held in the Great Hall Memorial Union on Monday, September 25.
Kelsey Powell joins us as an Academic Advisor for primarily transfer students.
Three ISU Dairy Science students received awards reported by Hoard's Dairyman. Sabrina Portner and Emily Irwin both received the Merton Sowerby Junior Merit Scholarship for 2017.
September 19 th the Des Moines Blank Park Zoo held a STEM night gea
Eggs-on-a-stick handed out at the 2016 Iowa State Fair set a new re
Iowa State University Animal Science graduate students Brooke Dooley and Carrie Shouse are performing vital research at the ISU dairy farm involving dairy cow nutrition and disease depletion.
Erin Horst, Animal Science PhD student under the direction of Dr.
At the recent World Veterinary Poultry Association conference in Edinburgh UK,
Animal Science Senior, Julie Jespersen, received a $2500 scholarship for winning an essay c
The Iowa State Fair Sale of Champions Carcass viewing brought around 50 folks in to
Iowa State University and the Department of Animal Science will be hosting the 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging contest this weekend.
Kale Boysen of Wapello FFA exhibited Grand Champion FFA Market Hog which weighed in at 284lbs and set an all-time record for any species with $54,000, selling for $1,000 more than the record in 2016. Kale will be senior at ISU majoring in Agriculture Studeis and minoring in Agronomy.