Did someone say Elephants? That's right,the Stardust Circus is coming to the Hansen Center on Thursday, April 13 at 7pm. The circus will be featuring acrobats, jugglers and hula-hoopers.
By Dr. Sherrlyn Olsen
The animal science department has included the research projects completed in 2017 for beef, dairy, horses, poultry, sheep, swine and companion animals. The 2017 Animal Industry Reports went live last week on the ISU digital repository site.
Pictured above: Members of the Washington County 4-H Club
Swine Genetics International and Iowa State University Block and Bridle Club hosted the Proven to Win pig sale at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center on Saturday, March 25.
Iowa State University and Midwest Dairy Association worked together to provide a Day of Dairy on Thursday, March 23. The event was geared towards ISU students but was open for others to attend. The day started with a dairy farmer in an interactive presentation and discussion in Dr.
On March 9, 2017 the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences hosted the spring awards program honoring the best in the college of faculty and staff achievements. Those from the Department of Animal Science that were awarded were as follows:
Team members were (from left to right): Tymbrie Snobl, Breyer Ott, Holly Brown, a
It was a great week at the National Pork Producers Council annual business meeting (also known as National Pork Industry Forum) for three Iowa State University students.
The Jeff and Deb Agricultural Student Learning Center has welcomed 106,377 visitors since it's doors first opened in 2014.
The 39th Annual Iowa State University Meat Evaluation Contest was hosted in the Iowa State University Meat Laboratory on Saturday, February 11. Thirteen teams competed in this annual event and included: Angelo State University, Iowa State University, Kansas State University, Michigan State
Pictured above from left to right: Miranda Lemke (Techmix Employee), Lesa
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There is a brand new bovine skeleton in Kildee Hall. The skeleton is used for students to learn the different bones of the cow skeleton. Students are able to gain hands-on experience by identifying where each bone is located on the skeleton. Veterinarian and Lecturer, Dr.
The First Annual Iowa State University Meat Judging Alumni and S