The 61st annual K-State Rodeo is expected to bring more than 10,000 fans into Weber Arena February 17-19. About 450 contestants from 18 colleges and universities in the Central Plains Region will travel to Manhattan to compete.
K-State’s 104th Annual Cattlemen’s Day set for March 3.
High school students can apply now for the Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy’s 2017 class.
Multi-state symposium will include trade show for beef industry.
Registration now open for both distance education programs that target specific segments of the pork industry.
The seminar series in early 2017 will highlight successful strategies for enhancing beef producer profits.
Kansas 4-H, FFA youth invited to Junior Swine and Junior Meat Goat days at Kansas State University to learn about production and management of both species.
Learn more about the ASI Undergraduate Research Symposium.
The 2016 Animal Sciences and Industry Distinguished Alumnus has had a notable career as a researcher, professor and department head.
Looking for information about antibiotic use in livestock or the new veterinary feed directives (VFD) set to go into effect? Check out KSUAntibiotics.org for resources to answer your questions.
This month's issue features information about feeding corn to cows, factors effecting feeder cattle selling at video auction, the new KSUantibiotics.org website, body condition scoring and farm safety.
K-State ASI alumni and friends re-connect during second annual Family & Friends Reunion.
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.
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.