With the new veterinary feed directives set to go into effect Jan. 1, K-State Research and Extension has planned meetings to help producers prepare for the upcoming regulations.
Identifying ways to cut costs along with updates in swine nutrition and disease research will highlight 2016 K-State Swine Day.
K-State ASI alumni and friends re-connect during second annual Family & Friends Reunion.
The study aims to determine prevalence and management risk factors in the state.
Evan Titgemeyer was awarded the American Society of Animal Science Fellow Award: Research Category for his distinguished service to the animal science industry and ASAS.
More than 600 beef producers, leading geneticists and allied industry professionals were in Manhattan last week for the 2016 Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Annual Meeting and Research Symposium. Themed "Progress on the Prairie," the event was hosted by the Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry June 14-17.
K-State Animal Sciences and Industry faculty member Elizabeth Boyle will be recognized during the American Meat Science Association Reciprocal Meat Conference June 21 in San Angelo, Texas.
Two new assistant professors have joined the Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. Dr. Megan Rolf has joined the K-State ASI department as assistant professor of animal breeding and genetics and Dr. Anthony John (A.J.) Tarpoff is the new assistant professor and extension beef veterinarian specialist.
Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry Graduate Students Kelsey Phelps and MaryAnn Matney were recognized Friday, May 20 as recipients of Larry Corah Outstanding Graduate Student Awards.
The K-State ASI app allows users to search for educational events and activities hosted by the department. Users can view schedules and download resources as well as access directions and points of interest. The app also includes access to online educational tools and news.
The team’s win is K-State’s first national title in the contest’s 53-year history.